Mullaghmore 550m mountain, Sperrin Mountains Ireland at
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Mullaghmore Mountain Mullach Mór A name in Irish
(Ir. Mullach Mór [PNNI], 'big summit') Derry County, in Arderin List, Olivine basalt lava Bedrock

Height: 550m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 8 Grid Reference: C73858 00826
Place visited by 81 members. Recently by: Lauranna, arderincorbett, Fergalh, McQuaid89, sandilandsn, windy, melohara, LorraineG60, scottwalker, LorraineG, eejaymm, whoRya, Cobhclimber, Claybird007, trostanite
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Longitude: -6.850964, Latitude: 54.849737 , Easting: 273858, Northing: 400826 Prominence: 235m,  Isolation: 1.4km
ITM: 673791 900814,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Mlghmr, 10 char: Mulaghmore
Bedrock type: Olivine basalt lava, (Upper Basalt Formation)

Mullaghmore is the 420th highest place in Ireland.

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everything but the kitchen sink .. by slemish   (Show all for Mullaghmore) Picture about mountain Mullaghmore in area Sperrin Mountains, Ireland
Picture: Mullaghmore from Craig-na-Shoke
gerrym on Mullaghmore, 2006
by gerrym  22 Feb 2006
Parked at entrance to Glenshane Forest on the Glenshane Pass (777043 B) where there is ample room for a number of cars. Headed downhill along the forest track (passing a memorial to Anastasia who died in 1993 ?) which is part of the Ulster Way. Go straight at intersection of tracks, through gate 1, and follow the beginnings of the River Roe for a good part of the track. Steep uphill section which ends in what appears to be an old disused quarry. There is a cross and stone here inscribed with the words "The Priests Chair". The boulders here had the appearence of old headstones and the dense forest and trees creaking in the wind gave a Blair Withcy feel.
I quickly headed out of the trees to the right onto open hillside and headed due S for the top of point 478 m, reached in 1 hour. Great views from here E over the lowlands of Lough Neagh basin and along the long line of hills from Antrim - Belfast - Mournes. Follow edge of hill to reach a track above Moydamlaght forest which leads to Craig-na-Shoke. Ravens were soaring here and thier dep calls hung in the air. Climb above the cliffs and follow the hillside to the summit of Mullaghmore. The views from here in the air from the N were simply amazing - far N to the Scottish islands, far S to the Mournes and far W to the Donegal highlands.
Follow the service road for the communications mast downhill for a short time and then head out over the moorland for the summit of Whiter Mtn. There are some rare Sperrin rocks here to shelter in and have lunch. Continue NE for Glenshane Mtn and then Corrick Mtn. I went over the top of this one and regretted it due to the deep heather with many hidden ditches, progress was slow and would have been wiser to follow the fence around the summit area. Drop down towards the Roe river, picking up the Ulster Way again, a gentle stroll along a green track which leads back to Glensahne Forest and the entrance. Took 4 hours in all, met some people in the forest which seems to well used for recreation. Trackback:
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Moneyeany Moydamlaght and the Mullagh .. by gerrym   (Show all for Mullaghmore)
I climbed Mullaghmore and White Mountain today. F .. by mcna   (Show all for Mullaghmore)
Somebody dumped a gas cooker near the top of Mull .. by marymac   (Show all for Mullaghmore)
Start off at moydamlaght forest with a fairly ste .. by Beagan   (Show all for Mullaghmore)
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