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Sligo Islands Area
Feature count in area: 10, all in Sligo, OSI/LPS Maps: 16, 25
Highest Place: Dernish Island 32m

Starting Places (2) in area Sligo Islands:
Queen Maeve's Grave, Rathcarrick Wood

Summits & other features in area Sligo Islands:
Ardboline Island 5m, Black Rock (1) 16m, Black Rock (2) 5m, Coney Island (1) 13m, Dernish Island 32m, Horse Island (1) 5m, Inishmurray 22m, Maguins Island 5m, Oyster Island 5m, Perch Rock 2m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Coney Island (1), 13m Island Inis uí Mhaolchluiche (1) A name in Irish,
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Inishmulclohy an extra name in English, Sligo County in Connacht province, in Irish Islands Lists
Reachable "On Foot " N
Grid Reference G61775 39555, OS 1:50k mapsheet 16
Place visited by: 6 members, recently by: Geo, Fergalh, rollingwave, IncaHoots, GoldCircle, DavidWalsh , Island visited by 12 members.
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
, I visited this island: NO
Longitude: -8.587942, Latitude: 54.303339, Easting: 161775, Northing: 339555,
ITM: 561733 839557


  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Cny13, 10 char: CnyIsln13

Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/island/2072/
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            MountainViews.ie picture about Coney Island (1) (<em>Inis uí Mhaolchluiche (1)</em>)
Picture: 14 Pillars show the way
New York's Coney island is named after this little gem of an island
by Fergalh 25 Jun 2023
Leave the main Sligo to Strandhill road and follow the brown signs to the edge of the sea at A (G641 368). Here you make a choice either walk or drive the 2.5 km to Coney Island following the 14 pillars built in the sea bed. At the last of the pillars (14) turn right past the abandoned big house to two white pillars where the island road starts. (The tide times are vital for a safe journey a simple text to the RNLI at 51155 with the word Coney and they will SMS you the safe crossing times) The road from this point leads the heart of the village. On the island there are a few things to visit the village, St. Patrick's wishing chair and Carty's strand and the village pump. All are shown on the map in the village centre and the high point is near the Strand which is accessed via a stoney road. But after romping around the island a welcome pint in the tiny pub on the island which is situated in an Lár of the village has to be done ! Linkback: mountainviews.ie/island/2072/comment/23997/
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            MountainViews.ie picture about Coney Island (1) (<em>Inis uí Mhaolchluiche (1)</em>)
Intersection of three fences
by Geo 27 Jan 2024
Nice little walk, I parked at Cartys strand on the island's west side. Easy walk around the northern headland stopping to make a wish at St Patrick's Chair B (G61352 39513). I made the summit to be a three way intersection of fences in a grassy field, C (G61775 39555)
This is an island well worth a visit, just remember it's accessed by a long causeway so check your tides times. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/island/2072/comment/24121/
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