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East Mayo Area , E: Charlestown Hills Subarea
Feature count in area: 15, all in Mayo, OSI/LPS Maps: 23, 24, 31, 32
Highest Place: Nephin 806m

Starting Places (13) in area East Mayo:
Bellanaderg Bridge, Cloondaff Church, Cuilkillew S, Glasheens River, Gortnadrehy South, Gortnadrehy West, L5709 Lugnamannaun River, Lough Ben, Loughanaveeny, Nephin CP Fiddaunduff, Nephin CP Forest Road, R312 Boghadoon, R312 Prughlish

Summits & other features in area East Mayo:
E: Charlestown Hills: Knock Hill 213m, Mullaghanoe 234m
N: Foxford Hills: Carranarah 197m, Gortnadrehy 143m
NW: Nephin: Cuilkillew 130m, Nephin 806m, Tristia 322m
NW: Pontoon Hills: Crucknaree 297m, Farbreiga 395m, Knockaglana 154m
S: Kiltimagh Hills: Rush Hill 197m, Slieve Carn 262m
W: Croaghmoyle: Burren 396m, Croaghmoyle 430m, Muckanagh Hill 220m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Mullaghanoe, 234m Hill Mullach an Ó A name in Irish,
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(Ir. Mullach an Ó [logainm.ie], 'summit of the mass or lump'), Mayo County in Connacht province, in Binnion Lists, Mullaghanoe is the 1325th highest place in Ireland. Mullaghanoe is the most easterly summit in the East Mayo area.
Grid Reference M52400 99000, OS 1:50k mapsheet 32
Place visited by: 20 members, recently by: conormcbandon, Pepe, TommyV, juliewoods, Jamessheerin, FilHil, Garmin, eamonoc, chalky, la1ena, Fergalh, CaptainVertigo, moggy40t, sandman, Klunk
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -8.725547, Latitude: 53.938245, Easting: 152400, Northing: 299000, Prominence: 160m,  Isolation: 5.8km
ITM: 552360 799011
Bedrock type: Caledonian, (Feldspar or Quartz Porphyry)
Notes on name: The word ó as a hill-name element is also found in Gleann Ó/Glenoe, Co. Antrim, and in Ó Cualann/Great Sugarloaf, Co. Wicklow.
  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Mlghn, 10 char: Mulaghanoe

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            MountainViews.ie picture about Mullaghanoe (<em>Mullach an Ó</em>)
Picture: Mullaghanoe summit mast
paddyhillsbagger on Mullaghanoe
by paddyhillsbagger 4 Oct 2009
Well, what is there to say about this hill? I drove up a rough farm or forest track of a minor road out of Garracastle on the old N5. Communication masts rise above the forest and I took a few turns reaching the track that leads up to them. I parked and as the OS map has the summit slightly behind the masts, made my way through the forest to a small clearing at the rear of the fenced area. Hardly worth the effort as there are no views due to the trees and you only end up a stones throw behind the masts before the land begins to slope away. Disappointed I made my way back to the N5 where the hill appears barely as a forested rise. One for the list tickers! Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/1016/comment/4179/
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Forest walk in the rain
by three5four0 14 Jul 2010
Followed the minor roads out of Carracastle (A (G545 002), B (M542 994) & C (M537 995), being the appropriate road junctions) and parked at a track junction at D (M533 985). A 4 wheel drive vehicle is more suitable for this last track, as it is of the gravel forestry type.

Walked along the tracks to the communication masts, a new track, unmarked on the map, branches off just where you make a sharp right turn for the final ascent to the masts. At the masts, I crossed a barbed wire fence (on the right) and made my way round to the far side of the masts, which is as interesting as paddyhillsbagger says. Given the size of the summit contour, I went for a wander in a north east direction. Well, it was a bit of an assault course really, over fallen trees and moss covered ditches, but I did get a gps height reading one metre higher than I did at the masts!

There was an old planning notice tied to the masts railings, so it appears that there is further "development" to come on this MV summit. Oh, and the position of the road & mast on the map (& satmap) is a little off, according to my gps readings. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/1016/comment/5944/
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Strictly Come Bagging
by Pepe 18 Oct 2023
Drove up the gravel road and parked. From here it's about a kilometre stroll up to the mast area. It's very overgrown around the compound now but it's possible to squeeze in along one side of the fence and jiggle around a bit to what might be the actual summit.
No views up at the mast but it's a pleasant stroll to kill a half hour or so on the road to the West. Strictly to be ticked off - not worth doing this one more than once. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/1016/comment/24063/
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            MountainViews.ie picture about Mullaghanoe (<em>Mullach an Ó</em>)
Picture: Mast Compound at the Summit
Forest harvesting and mast compound
by TommyV 30 May 2023
The route already mentioned seems to be the only logical way to approach this very bland hill. I drove as far as far as a forest barrier and even though it was open I still decided to walk from here. From the barrier it's about a kilometre to the summit. I found that getting around the mast compound was not worth the effort. This is very much Coilte logging territory, I bagged this hill on a Sunday so there was no activity at the time. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/1016/comment/23965/
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