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Lavagh Beg Mountain An Leamhaigh Bheag A name in Irish
Ir. An Leamhaigh Bheag [], poss. 'the little place of
Donegal County in Ulster Province, in Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam Lists, Feldspathic psammite; quartzite, marble Bedrock

Height: 650m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 11 Grid Reference: G92624 91536
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Longitude: -8.115373, Latitude: 54.771678 , Easting: 192624, Northing: 391536 Prominence: 93m,  Isolation: 1.1km
ITM: 592576 891527,   GPS IDs, 6 char: LvghBg, 10 char: Lavagh Beg
Bedrock type: Feldspathic psammite; quartzite, marble, (Lough Eske Psammite Formation)

See An Leamhaigh Mhór / Lavagh More regarding this name.   An Leamhaigh Bheag is the third highest mountain in the Bluestack Mountains area and the 197th highest in Ireland.

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csd on An Leamhaigh Bheag, 2004
by csd  16 Aug 2004
This picture shows the col between Silver Hill and Lavagh Beg (in the mist to the right). Progress is fairly straightforward, with just the odd boggy hole to catch the unwary. Do take care crossing the fence, which runs N-S along the bottom of this valley. Linkback:
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Picture: The rugged summit of Lavagh Beg
murphysw on An Leamhaigh Bheag, 2005
by murphysw  17 Jul 2005
Here's a picture i shot when I reached the summit of Lavagh Beg, with one of its summit lakes and its numerous bumps and rises. Linkback:
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Picture: Looking SW over Lavagh Beg summit towards Binnasruell & Donegal Bay beyond
eflanaga on An Leamhaigh Bheag, 2006
by eflanaga  10 Jun 2006
Climbed June 7th – After taking a break at one of Lavagh More’s summit locheens IG 93544 91010 A, the third summit bagged that morning, I made my way on a bearing of 306 NW towards the more aesthetic looking, albeit smaller, Lavagh Beg dropping down a short distance to the col between the two ‘Lavaghs’. The descent over exposed rock and firm ground was fairly easy and the walk over the col a relative pleasure in the approaching noon heat. The ascent of Lavagh Beg was also relatively easy over large areas of exposed rock at first and then the usual grass covered slopes up to the summit cairn. Either side of the summit is a locheen, The views from here are similar to those from big brother across the valley. As ‘gerrym’ suggests the windfarm close to Silver Hill does detract somewhat from the otherwise feeling of isolation, the various lochs around the foot of the Binnasruell plateau were particularly eyecatching in the sunlight. I stopped by the side of one of the summit locheens for a short break, taking the opportunity to doff my boots and enjoy a cool feet soak, After a snack and re-booting I was sorely tempted to make for Silver Hill & Carnaween to the west and southwest respectively, but decided to stick to my intended route (having left a copy of it at home just in case!). Therefore, I headed off in the direction of Binnasruell, the penultimate summit in the circuit, across the valley. Linkback:
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