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Mayo Coastal Hill Area
Feature count in area: 34, all in Mayo, OSI/LPS Maps: 22, 23, 24, 30, 31, 37, 38, CBE, CBW, EW-ACC
Highest Place: Claggan Mountain West Top 365m

Starting Places (37) in area Mayo Coastal Hill:
Achillbeg Island, Achillbeg Mid West Beach, Balloor, Ben Goram Road, Bunanioo Church, Bunleemshough River Source, Bunnageeha, Bunnahowna Bridge, Bunnahowna River, Burrishoole Loop, Carnhill, Carrowmore Hill South, Cartron River, Cregganbaun, Erris Head, Foher, Glendahurk Bridge, Illaunroe North, Illaunroe South, Kilgeever Wood, Kinknock, Lettergesh Beach, Lough Gall, Muck Lough NW, Mulranny Post Office, Murrisk Fishermans Monument, Old Head, Owengar Bridge, Portacloy Bay, Proesoon, Prospect Lough Road, Rossnafinna Island, Sean Scoil an Talaimh Bháin, Silver Strand Road, Tawnydoogan Forest Central, Termon Hill Road, Tower Hill South

Summits & other features in area Mayo Coastal Hill:
Barnacuillew E.Top 242m, Benwee NE Head 111m, Carricklea 95m, Claggan Hill 53m, Claggan Hill 74m, Claggan Mountain West Top 365m, Cone Hill 105m, Corraduff Hill 221m, Derrylahan 59m, Dooghill 204m, Doonvinalla E Top 117m, Doonvinalla N Top 135m, Doonvinalla W Top 164m, Drumcollagh Hill 52m, Erris Head Hill 82m, Geevraun Point 196m, Glendorragh Point Hill 82m, Gubacarrigan 56m, Illanbaun Hill 113m, Kilcommon Hill 104m, Kilgalligan Hill 120m, Knocknagnauve 67m, Knockshanbo Hill 56m, Lackakeely 56m, Lackan Hill 62m, Mullaghnacross Hill 55m, Old Head 102m, Raheen 107m, Roscahill Hill 56m, Rosgalliv Hill 51m, Rossbeg Hill 57m, Rostoohy Hill 51m, Trawoughter Hill 117m, Westport Demesne Hill 54m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Carricklea, 95m Coastal Hill An Charraig Liath A name in Irish,
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OSI. Name from nearby coastal feature, G from Logainm, Sligeach, Mayo County in Connacht province, in no lists
Grid Reference L77600 65600, OS 1:50k mapsheet 37
Place visited by: 2 members, recently by: Fergalh, Garmin
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -9.850779, Latitude: 53.626053, Easting: 77600, Northing: 265600, Prominence: 20m
ITM: 477576 765619

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Crckl, 10 char: Carricklea

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Picture: Summit in sight
Long trek but worth it for the views
by Fergalh 3 Oct 2022
The starting point A (L765 694) was full (there is parking for 5 cars) so went down to Silver strand and parked at the large car park and walked back to starting point and proceeded up track to the top. Whereas most people veer towards Mweelrea along the river I had a different way to go. There is a very noticeable SW Spur on Mweelrea whcih is around 370 metres high. Head South East for that skirting the lost valley farm at Uggol. This NW Spur is very notice able and veer to the southern side of it whilst trekking up and down numerous small ridges. You will face wet ground, a few river crossings and a waterfall. elephant grass, bracken and a heather bash trek. Soon this obvious summit comes into sight, a short climb leads to the summit directly below Mweelrea's southern wall with most unusual views of Killary harbour. Linkback:
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