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Muldersleigh Hill 131m,
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Belfast Hills Area   Islandmagee Subarea
Place count in area: 10, OSI/LPS Maps: 15, 20, 21 
Highest place:
Divis, 478m
Maximum height for area: 478 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 380 metres,

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Muldersleigh Hill Hill Antrim County in NI and in Ulster Province, in Binnion List, Olivine basalt lava Bedrock

Height: 131m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 15 Grid Reference: J47954 93825
Place visited by 14 members. Recently by: Hoverla, trostanite, eamonoc, Fergalh, Wilderness, LorraineG60, MichaelG55, pdtempan, AntrimRambler, sandman, Peter Walker, Garmin, chalky, Harry Goodman
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Longitude: -5.701786, Latitude: 54.770515 , Easting: 347954, Northing: 393825 Prominence: 106m,  Isolation: 3.3km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 747870 893815,   GPS IDs, 6 char: MldrHl, 10 char: MldrslgHil
Bedrock type: Olivine basalt lava, (Lower Basalt Formation)

Muldersleigh Hill is the 1479th highest place in Ireland. Muldersleigh Hill is the most northerly summit in the Belfast Hills area. It's also the 4th most easterly summit in Ireland.

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Frozen Fairways .. by eamonoc   (Show all for Muldersleigh Hill)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Muldersleigh Hill in area Belfast Hills, Ireland
Picture: The top of Muldersleigh Hill with the high point to left of the Trig Pillar
 
Could this be Ireland's most visited hill top?
by Harry Goodman  18 Apr 2014
Although just over 130m in height this is a hill that could possibly lay claim to be the most visited top in Ireland. Well over 200 people climb it every Saturday between April and October and substantial numbers do likewise on most other days throughout the year. The top, marked by a trig. pillar is approached over well cared for grass and commands excellent views E out across the Irish sea and S over the head of Belfast Lough to the North Down coastline. The trig pillar J4795593812 A lies plumb in the centre of the third fairway at Whitehead Golf Course and is crossed daily by members and visitors to the club. On 14 April 2014 I parked in the club car park J4761493241 B and sought permission at the Pro Shop to walk up to the trig. pillar, permission that was readily given. The walk up and back was about 1.25km with an ascent of only 60m. Once there I found that the trig pillar was not actually the highest point, this being reserved for a small, rough but low stony bank a few metres away (see photo). For completeness I also walked some 150m further E, along the fairway to a small grassy rounded mound J4807093795 C that may or may not be marginally higher than the rocky bank beside the trig. pillar. Anyone considering a visit should bear in mind the location of the top and do so when golf competitions are not being held. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1365/comment/16018/
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