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Name:Croaghbane [Croaghbann] [An Chruach Bhan]
Hill number:20175
Height:641m / 2103ft
Section:45C: Blue Stack Mountains
Classification:Sim,Hew,Dil,VL,A
Drop:78m
Col:563m  G973910  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-2560113/04/2012G 97853 91072  mae
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Repeatchalky195307/06/2018
With Damian & Dominic.Dangerous Dave24/08/2014
nice rock & stone summit (cloud & driving rain). a/c/w horseshoe from E of YH, track past N side of houses then wet ridge RHW05/05/2005
fa, solo, windy and showers, 18 miles, a traverse from silver hill via farm track all over the bluestacks and back to glenties via the glen tavern at mcdevitts bridge for a couple of pints. from cardigans farm, track then fence and hillside to silver hill (2 cairns), cross a bog col - eany beg water, up to lavish beg, then lavish more, and a steep descent into a col for lunch, up onto bluestack with good views to errigal, past some aircraft wreckage, through some very rough ground to ardnageer west top then its main summit, more rough ground to croaghbann, then a boggy descent to crolach farm. followed the minor road which quickly turned into a boggy path, past croaghabbrid lough and down onto the road to glints near the pub at mcdevitts bridge, a few pints then a few mile walk back to glenties.rum doodle 13/09/1997
Onzy10/11/2017
neilsan15/09/2017
IanHHill06/04/2017
Stonecold14/07/2016
Fergalh02/06/2014
borderline20/09/2013
fasgadh19/10/2012
mae13/04/2012
Martin R07/09/2005
chalky195314/06/2005
roscorrocket01/05/1999
Chris Terrey 01/08/1997
PN_Runner25/02/1995
GaryJones01/10/1993
IainT05/06/1992