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Name:Mullaghanish [Mullach an Ois]
Hill number:20166
Height:649m / 2129ft
RHB Section:48C: North Cork
County/UA:Cork, Kerry
Hill area:Paps/Derrynasaggart
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Dillon,
Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:W 21429 81798
Summit feature:no feature
Col:385m  W228845  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 79
Observations:close to mast perimeter fence
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Straight up the Mast access road.IanHHill24/04/2019
From start of mast access road. No unauthorised access signs but past by 3 workmen's vans and all just waved.rhalstead28/04/2017
Easy walk up, with Dora the explora!nickywood105/09/2015
Up & down the tarmac road to mast from the SW. Room to park.jimbloomer14/09/2012
The easiest of walks up access track to summit, with Lesley, Tina and her dogs -one of which pulled constantly on its lead and sadly could not be let off as it would probably not come back.Chris Pearson26/06/2012
fa, with wife, sunny, several hills climbed starting with Knockacommeen 6,7km, with a rough direct descent, stick to tracks!, then drove round to the bottom of mullaghanish, 7.4km, straight t up the track to the summit and mast, then round to knockullane and its east top, my notes say i thought the spot height on the map was wrong and i remember hacking my way round the tree plantation to find it, some rough boggy and heathery ground out to its east top.rum doodle 08/09/2011
Martin R27/08/2006
moorland summit, tall mast, big (hazy) view. road from SW, No Unauthorised Persons but no problems RHW25/04/2005
David Purchase08/06/2003
Clive G16/03/1997