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Croveenananta Hill Cruach Mhín an Fheannta A name in Irish
Ir. Cruach Mhín an Fheannta [logainm.ie], 'the stack of the mountain
pasture of the flaying’
Donegal County in Ulster Province, in Carn List, Graphitic pelite, thin psammite, marble Bedrock

Height: 476m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 11 Grid Reference: G94176 94737
Place visited by 22 members. Recently by: melohara, noucamp, markmjcampion, leader1, AntrimRambler, shaunkelly, madfrankie, Aidy, Fergalh, chalky, cody1, Lucky1, Geo, Harry Goodman, juliewoods
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Longitude: -8.091339, Latitude: 54.800443 , Easting: 194176, Northing: 394737 Prominence: 221m,  Isolation: 1km
ITM: 594126 894727,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Crvnnn, 10 char: Crvnnnt
Bedrock type: Graphitic pelite, thin psammite, marble, (Croaghubbrid Pelite Formation)

The form Cruach Mhín an Fheannta from logainm.ie is supported by James O’Kane (Séamas Ó Catháin), who interprets it as 'the stack of the high field of the flaying' in his place-name survey of the parishes of Inishkeel and Kilteevoge. The Discovery map has a slightly different version: Cruach Mhín an Neanta, apparently 'the stack of the high field of the nettles'.   Cruach Mhín an Fheannta is the 640th highest place in Ireland.

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An excellent vantage point. .. by group   (Show all for Croveenananta (Cruach Mhín an Fheannta))
 
End of the day job .. by jimgraham   (Show all for Croveenananta (Cruach Mhín an Fheannta))
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Croveenananta (<i>Cruach Mhín an Fheannta</i>) in area Bluestack Mountains, Ireland
Picture: View of the summit from Gaugin.
 
Boggy top with sea views.
by simon3  11 Aug 2012
This is a picture of the summit area taken from nearby Gaugin showing the peat hags. Lacroagh is to the left and the broad summit in the background is Slievetooey above the coastline of Loughros More bay. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/528/comment/14755/
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The correct Irish form is Cruach Mhín an Fheannta .. by Donall MacG   (Show all for Croveenananta (Cruach Mhín an Fheannta))
 
A Small Wilderness .. by Aidy   (Show all for Croveenananta (Cruach Mhín an Fheannta))
 
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