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Cornaclea Hill Hill Achill Island Island Mayo County in Connacht Province, in Binnion List, Silica poor, with analcime & olivine Bedrock

Reachable "On Foot " Y
Height: 269m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 22 Grid Reference: F60700 07500
Place visited by 35 members. Recently by: ShayGlynn, Wilderness, abcd, Ulsterpooka, hivisibility, GSheehy, Fergalh, IncaHoots, moggy40t, moggy40, Geo, scapania, markmjcampion, pslat, DavidjWalsh
Island visited by 455 members.
I have visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member to change this.)   I have visited Achill Island: NO (You need to be a logged-in member to change this.)

Longitude: -10.124985, Latitude: 53.998015 , Easting: 60700, Northing: 307500 Prominence: 100m,  Isolation: 4.5km
ITM: 460680 807509,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Crn269, 10 char: CrnclHil
Bedrock type: Silica poor, with analcime & olivine, (Dolerite and Gabbro)

Cornaclea Hill is the 1235th highest place in Ireland.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Cornaclea Hill in area Achill/Corraun, Ireland
Picture: On Cornaclea Hill above L Nakeerogee and Annagh Strand.
 
An easily accessible top.
Short Summary created by Harry Goodman  24 Jan 2014
Start from the car park for the Deserted Village F640072 A and follow the stone track W for about 1.7km to F624070 B. Leave the main track and go NW up the hillside to a small subsidiary top and the ruins of an old Signal Tower. From here veer down W to a shallow col and then up NW a short way to gain the top of the hill with views down to the remote and, seldom visited, Annagh Strand and Lough Nakeeroge. Alternatively start from Dooagh village F606049 C and follow the track NE to its crest around F623067 D before leaving it and climbing up NW to the Signal Tower already mentioned above. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1192/comment/15436/
 
A great walk between two big fellows .. by nesa1206   (Show all for Cornaclea Hill)
 
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