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Name:Tonelagee [Toin le Gaoith]
Hill number:20028
Height:817m / 2680ft
RHB Section:55B: Wicklow Hills N
Hill area:Dublin/Wicklow
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Dillon,
Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:O085015 (est)
Col:613m  O081038  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Misty conditions deterred me from the scenic route from Glenmacnass Falls. In stead I climbed up from the Wicklow Gap. 2 hours up and down.IanHHill11/10/2018
Car park above Glenmacnass waterfall - Old Military Road - Carrigshouk - Mullaghclauveen E - Mullaghclauveen - Stoney Top - Tonelagee - Tonelagee NE - return. Climbed solo. Good weather, sun and cloud. Some showers around but they missed me. A excellent round through some wild country. The middle section from Mullaghclauveen to Stoney Top had some very challenging terrain with few paths and several km of peat hags. Views extensive. Heart-shaped Lough Ouler below Tonelagee is beautiful. Time 5.5 hours.jamessteel10008/08/2017
Glorious and windyTonyandsue29/07/2017
From Wicklow Gap, in a sunny afternoonPampuco22/06/2016
Glenmalure YH to Jobstown, mainly on The Lug Walk Classic. 52km, +/-2400m, 16 hours.PGCE21/07/2015
A nice big loop walk of 33.9kms in 8hrs 12mins. Started up Brockagh Mtn SE Top and continued along to Brockagh Mountain 557m taking the spot points (T106998 Brockagh Mtn North top 548m and O099004 Tonelagee SE Top 546m) Tonelagee NE Top 668m, Tonelagee 817m, Stoney Top 714m, (the spot point Barnacullian O074049 - 714m) Mullaghcleevaun 849m, Mullaghcleevaun East Top 795m, Carrigshouk 571m, Kanturk/Bown Mtn 523m and Scarr 641m.simoburn10/02/2014
THis was the best feelign in the world, to hit this point. I thought I was never getting there having had 3 falls and hurt my shoulder at about 560M on the way up. I suddenly got a burst of energy and headed over to Stoney Top and to get some beautiful pics of Lough Ouler :)Lizzie Murray25/05/2012
Approached from the North (Stoney Top) and left to the East.cormacg18/06/2009
3rd of 3 big climbs just after halfway on the homeward leg of the Wicklow RoundPN_Runner05/06/2009
pleasant peat/heather summit, fine view. from Wicklow Gap car pk to S RHW30/05/2004
Barry Smith02/08/2015
Colin Crawford25/09/2009
David Purchase18/04/2005
Martin R05/09/2003
ed cody01/02/1971