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West Clare Area
Place count in area: 14, OSI/LPS Maps: 51, 52, 57, 58 
Highest place:
Slievecallan, 391m
Maximum height for area: 391 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 365 metres,

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Mullagh More Hill An Mullach Mor A name in Irish
The Big Summit Clare County, in Local/Historical/Cultural List, Visean limestone and calcareous shale Bedrock

Height: 180m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 52 Grid Reference: R32849 95545
Place visited by 47 members. Recently by: cclair, bryanmccabe, Damian120, tommccarthy, markwallace, Caithniadh, marchiggins, Eirepur, tagoona, conormcbandon, hivisibility, Wilderness, lw24, Humpelman, Glanman2
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Longitude: -9.001082, Latitude: 53.006708 , Easting: 132849, Northing: 195545 Prominence: 50m,  Isolation: 1.9km
ITM: 532813 695579,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Mlg180, 10 char: MlghMore
Bedrock type: Visean limestone and calcareous shale, ()

It featured very largely in the Irish psyche and culture back in the nineties on account of the controversy surrounding a proposed interpretive centre. During & after this long debate, Mullaghmore became central in our attitude to the environment, specifically the preservation of wilderness, access   Mullagh More is the 1419th highest place in Ireland. Mullagh More is the second most easterly summit in the West Clare area.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Mullagh More in area West Clare, Ireland
Picture: Mullaghmore
 
A spectacular landscape
by Damian120  18 Apr 2017
The trails are well marked out, I ended up doing the Blue Trail on a fine Easter Monday. This landscape seems to defy nature and hiking the Blue Trail this phenomenon is experienced every step of the way. It's described as very difficult on the official Burren National Park website, not too sure about that. I found it somewhat easier but either way it's a fantastic trail Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1390/comment/18889/
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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Mullagh More in area West Clare, Ireland
Picture: Viewed from Loch Gealain
Magical landscape
by jlk  18 Jun 2015
A place to return to, again and again. Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1390/comment/18133/
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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Mullagh More in area West Clare, Ireland
Picture: Grayling sunning itself
 
Burren Butterflies
by paddyhillsbagger  5 Sep 2015
Managed to climb this top on a lovely sunny day in September. One of the many sights on this fabulous top were the butterflies. The most common on the day I went up was the Grayling which is mainly a Burren species. Most of them were sun lounging on the limestone rocks! Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1390/comment/18294/
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