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Name:Lugnaquilla [Lugnaquillia Mountain] [Log na Coille]
Hill number:20012
Height:925m / 3035ft
Section:55A: Wicklow Hills S
Classification:Ma,Hu,Sim,F,Hew,CoH,CoU,Dil,VL,A,
P600,P500
Drop:849m
Col:76m  N640310  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2483107/09/2018T 03212 91778  F: Trig point on very large stone platformDSM
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From car park by ford in Glen Malure, along tracks into Fraughan Rock Glen, continuing up on to ridge and round to summit, descending to Clohernagh, then to Arts Lough, and followed fence line down to ford across Fraughan Rock Glen and back to startkdbennett28/07/2019
From Fenton's Bar, Glen of Imaal. Just before the gate into the firing range, keep right to go around the outside. But still, avoid firing days.Pete R24/07/2019
EilidhH15/06/2019
solitaryfellwanderer28/12/2018
Solo. From road end at Baravore in Glenmalure. Up through forest on path and track to Fraughan Rock Glen. Continued on path that climbs steeply up out of the glen. Up ridge of Cinnow to Summit of Lugnaquilla. Very misty high up. Returned same way. This ascent is almost 50 years after my first ascent of Lugnaquilla and completes my second round of the Irish 3000 footers.pwbellarby20/07/2018
Blair28228/05/2018
Nomad Perkins01/04/2018
Onzy10/11/2017
raymooremanx25/09/2017
My last 3000 footer in Ireland! Car park at end of Glenmalur road (near ford) - track to head of valley (just south of Table Mountain) - Camenabologue - Lugnaquilla - Clohernagh - descent by east ridge to zigzags alongside Carrawaystick Brook - return along road. Walked solo. Weather mostly sunny but early morning mist took some time to clear and partly obscured views on Camenabologue and Lugnaquilla summits. Windy. Lugnaquilla is a sprawling and complex mountain with many ridges and corries. Feels very remote - a reasonable path though from Lugnaquilla back to the valley over Clohernagh. Excellent views when I got them! Take care not to drift into Glen lmaal artillery range! Time 6 hours.jamessteel10009/08/2017
Very misty, windy and wetTonyandsue30/07/2017
ballineddan, slievemaan, lugnaquilla from ballinfoyle on grassy paths.robertphillips16/06/2017
weaselmaster27/05/2017
Sick Kid27/05/2017
David-Guenot23/05/2017
Steve Clark08/04/2017
RachelB10/12/2016
Hot and sunny, ascent via Ballineddan and Slievemaan, down via Camara Hill.Taz3825/08/2016
Robinho0814/05/2016
anne336614/05/2016
Nick Down130/09/2015
scoob27/09/2015
Fi27/09/2015
bertbarnett12322/08/2015
from Glenmalure youth hostel. Dry, high cloud and sun, good views to 850m then cloud on top.iangalbraith11/08/2015
Glenmalure YH to Jobstown, mainly on The Lug Walk Classic. 52km, +/-2400m, 16 hours.PGCE21/07/2015
benarmine28/06/2015
chrispine13/05/2015
ConorW21/03/2015
foggieclimber23/08/2014
Carrawaystick Waterfall to wild camp spot West of Arts Cross. Clohernagh (800m), Lugnaquillia (925m), Camenabologue (758m), Table Mountain (701m), Conavalla (734m). Good weather.tobywharne22/07/2014
with RDunlawyering05/07/2014
Packmule02/06/2014
Summit 8/11. A horseshoe walk of 41.1kms done in 13hrs and 5mins. Started up Church Mountain 544m, went around the forest and up Corriebracks 531m and then on to Lobawn 636m. Followed the tracks as much as possible and Table Mountain 702m and Camenabologue 758m. Then left the normal tracks and did Camenabologue SE Top 663m, Benleagh 689m, and then up Lugnaquilla 925m and then took the tack down to Slievemaan 759m and Ballineddan Mountain 652m. Headed to the road between Ballineddan Mountain and Keadeen Mountain and took some shortcuts and forest tracks up to the summit of Keadeen Mountain 653m and took a steep descent to the small country roads near Spinans Hill. Followed the small country roads/lanes back towards Davidstown where we hitched back to the car!simoburn18/02/2014
A walk of 23.9kms in 6hrs 5mins. Summit 1/4 on a loop Walk. Went up the forest track and followed the mountain river Ow to the South Prison, went up the main gully to Lugnaquilla 925m, went over to Corrigasleggaun 794m, then to Cloghernagh 800m and finally did the North and South summits of Slieve Maan 547.8m. Finished back down the forest trails and tracks with some short cuts!simoburn06/02/2014
kiltedbiggles01/10/2013
Fergalh09/09/2013
Clohernagh, Lugnaquillia and Corrigasleggaun from Glenmalur. WSFred Windsor08/08/2013
with John Green, Oliver Bartrumdavidsbatty28/04/2013
Frogreen28/04/2013
otis.laws29/03/2013
Happy New Year 2013. What an awesome start to the New Year!! Was gruelling and bitter cold but well worth it :DLizzie Murray01/01/2013
rkid8401/01/2013
With Damian & Dominic Lavery.Dangerous Dave25/08/2012
luke123411/03/2012
PeteN17/07/2011
Peely6602/07/2011
My last Irish 'Munro', happily done of the first day of my stayin Glemalure. Up via Fraughan Rock Glen- good valley scenery. I took a poor line for the final ascent onto the plateau, it went ok but very steep, 1/2 km either side would have been better. Good views, little sunshine, and a nice descent, keeping high for a while- over Clohernaugh and via Art's Lough.pwheeler28/05/2011
NormanW12/05/2011
laurencemorris01/04/2011