Cooley/Gullion

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Slieve Foye [Sliabh Fea]

Slieve Foye [Sliabh Fea] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. Slieve Foye [Sliabh Fea] is 589 metres high with a prominence of 507 metres. The summit can be identified by: cairn 115m N of trig point Additional Notes: cairn is 1m higher than trig point base All the …

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Slieve Gullion [Sliabh gCuilinn]

Slieve Gullion [Sliabh gCuilinn] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Slieve Gullion [Sliabh gCuilinn] is 576 metres high with a prominence of 454 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point Additional Notes: All the walks up Slieve Gullion [Sliabh gCuilinn] on Mud and …

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Anglesey Mountain

Anglesey Mountain is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. Anglesey Mountain is 428 metres high with a prominence of 31 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Anglesey Mountain on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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The Foxes Rock

The Foxes Rock is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. The Foxes Rock is 404 metres high with a prominence of 46 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up The Foxes Rock on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Camlough Mountain [Sliabh gCuircin]

Camlough Mountain [Sliabh gCuircin] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Camlough Mountain [Sliabh gCuircin] is 423 metres high with a prominence of 285 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Camlough Mountain [Sliabh gCuircin] on Mud and Routes can …

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Carrigatuke [Carraig an tSeabhaic]

Carrigatuke [Carraig an tSeabhaic] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon, Ireland. Carrigatuke [Carraig an tSeabhaic] is 365 metres high with a prominence of 210 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point Additional Notes: fence bank nearby slightly higher but manmade All the walks up …

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Slievenaglogh

Slievenaglogh is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. Slievenaglogh is 321 metres high with a prominence of 153 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Slievenaglogh on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Croslieve [Croissliabh]

Croslieve [Croissliabh] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Croslieve [Croissliabh] is 308 metres high with a prominence of 172 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Croslieve [Croissliabh] on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Tievecrom [An Taobh Crom]

Tievecrom [An Taobh Crom] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Tievecrom [An Taobh Crom] is 263 metres high with a prominence of 166 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Tievecrom [An Taobh Crom] on Mud and Routes can …

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The Eagles Rock

The Eagles Rock is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. The Eagles Rock is 528 metres high with a prominence of 30 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: Not included in the MountainViews Arderin list All the walks up The Eagles Rock on Mud and Routes …

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Sugarloaf Hill

Sugarloaf Hill is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Sugarloaf Hill is 253 metres high with a prominence of 90 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Sugarloaf Hill on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Mullaghbane Mountain

Mullaghbane Mountain is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Mullaghbane Mountain is 243 metres high with a prominence of 94 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Mullaghbane Mountain on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Faughil [Jonesborough Hill]

Faughil [Jonesborough Hill] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Faughil [Jonesborough Hill] is 241 metres high with a prominence of 135 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Faughil [Jonesborough Hill] on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Feede Mountain

Feede Mountain is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. Feede Mountain is 233 metres high with a prominence of 108 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Feede Mountain on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Cotracloghy

Cotracloghy is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Cotracloghy is 225 metres high with a prominence of 110 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Cotracloghy on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Tullyhappy

Tullyhappy is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Newry, Mourne and Down, Ireland. Tullyhappy is 209 metres high with a prominence of 101 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: Metre height calculated from half-inch map All the walks up Tullyhappy on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Carnavaddy [Carn an Mhadaidh]

Carnavaddy [Carn an Mhadaidh] is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Louth, Ireland. Carnavaddy [Carn an Mhadaidh] is 475 metres high with a prominence of 81 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Carnavaddy [Carn an Mhadaidh] on Mud and Routes can be seen above.