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Ox Mountains Area , N: Sligo Hills Subarea
Feature count in area: 18, by county: Sligo: 17, Mayo: 1, OSI/LPS Maps: 16, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33
Highest Place: Knockalongy 544m

Starting Places (13) in area Ox Mountains:
Belra, Glen Wood, Glenwood CP, Kingsmountain Wind Farm, Knockalongy, Largan Hill, Lough Achree, Lough Easkey, Masshill School, Queen Maeve's Grave, Rathcarrick Wood, Slishwood CP, Union Woods CP

Summits & other features in area Ox Mountains:
Cen: Annatoran: Annatoran 512m, Cloonacool 440m, Meenamaddo 330m, Sruffaungarve Top 400m
Cen: Talt: Knocknasliggaun 417m, Largan Hill 413m, Larganmore 276m
Cen: Tobercurry: Knocknashee 276m, Mucklety Hill 217m
N: Knockalongy: Cloonagh 349m, Knockalongy 544m, Knockalongy North-East Top 541m, Knockalongy South-West Top 521m
N: Sligo Hills: Doomore 272m, Killerry Mountain 293m, Knocknarea 327m, Slieve Daeane 275m, Slieveward 199m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Doomore, 272m Hill An Dumha Mór A name in Irish,
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The Big Mound, Sligo County in Connacht province, in Local/Historical/Cultural Lists, Doomore is the 1232th highest place in Ireland.
Grid Reference G60936 27417, OS 1:50k mapsheet 25
Place visited by: 18 members, recently by: andalucia, Wes, oreills8, Johnnylayne, eamonoc, Glanman2, barrymayo, marymac, harry66, pearnett, sandman, Garmin, paddyhillsbagger, maike, mountainmike
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Longitude: -8.599247, Latitude: 54.194239, Easting: 160936, Northing: 327417, Prominence: 80m,  Isolation: 4.8km, Has trig pillar
ITM: 560894 827422
Bedrock type: Has large summit cairn beside trig pillar, (Slishwood Division, Psammitic Paragneiss)

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Domore, 10 char: Doomore

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   picture about Doomore (<em>An Dumha Mór</em>)
Picture: Doomore summit cairn and trig pillar with Knocknarea in background
Prominent eastern Ox Mountain summit
by mountainmike 18 Aug 2015
The best place to access Doomore is from Glenwood Gl'Wd CP (G619 275) to the east which has a Coillte forest carpark. It is found by following the signs for Coolaney from the N59 Sligo/Ballina road. Ignore the first forest barrier on your right and 150m later you'll see the carpark on your right.

DIRECT ROUTE FOR DOOMORE: Facing west towards Doomore from the carpark, follow the deer fence south (left) for 100m to a bend and then follow the fence west through the forest. It follows an old wall which can be traced to a clearing and then continue out through a final short section of woods to the open mountain A (G614 273). From here climb WNW to the top. The summit is marked with a trig pillar and a surprisingly large carin at 272m B (G609 274). The views from here are some of the best in the Ox Mountains with great views of Knocknarea, Benbulben, and across Sligo Bay to Slieve League. Return by descending the ascent route.

LONGER, MORE VARIED ROUTE FOR DOOMORE TAKING IN DOOBEG: Facing west towards Doomore from the carpark, take the signposted steps at the NW corner of the carpark. This leads shortly to a forest road which can be followed west for about 1.5k. To the left of where the forest road ends C (G608 282), a track follows a stream south uphill. This track becomes more faint as it gains height until it disappears after ~500m when the forestry to the west ends D (G607 278).
From here you can continue directly to the col between Doomore and Doobeg or, for the adventurous, take in a more challenging approach by scaling the steep north face of Doomore. However a recommended detour from this point is to traverse west to explore the abandoned dwellings and (if you're willing to do some fence-hopping) an intact ringfort on the lower slopes of Doobeg. The going is rough in places but if you have the time its worth exploring.
Doobeg E (G600 274) can be reached steeply from here by going south or more easily by contouring first to the west before climbing. Doobeg (unnamed on the OSI map) has an indistinct summit at about 250m in height.
From Doobeg head east to meet a fence which leads to the col (keeping the forestry to your right). Continue east uphill taking care to avoid the steep north face of Doomore. The hill flattens near the top before reaching the trig pillar and cairn.
From here back to the carpark it's a reverse of the direct route I described above. Head ESE from the top to the southern end of the forestry. From the clearing just inside the forest, follow the wall and fence until you return to Glenwood carpark. Linkback:
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