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Name:Mullaghaneany [Mullach an Ionaidh]
Hill number:20196
Height:627m / 2057ft
RHB Section:44B: Sperrin Mountains
County/UA:Causeway Coast and Glens (CoU)
Hill area:Sperrin Mountains
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Current County/UA Top,
Dillon, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:H 68507 98626
Summit feature:no feature
Col:325m  H638974  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 13
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
  • Causeway Coast and Glens current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
from CP on B40 by Benagher Forest, via forest tracks to within 600m of summit. Steep slope to finish. Back the same way.IanHHill02/09/2019
Too bad to carry on in this rain, so we did, bagged it, and then got nicely misplaced on the descent due to the rain and mist. Somewhere in that heather about half a mile off the top is Paddy Dillon, Nicky Wood's first copy. If you find it, do take it home and enjoy it (so very sorry about the litter, no chance I could find it)nickywood117/04/2018
Started from the Feeny to Draperstown road, into the forest, then cut up the heather to the top. very wet tonight but quick ascentGI0AZA06/07/2016
Parked in large gateway on west side of the bridge at G70586 00366 - ESE up the B40 for about 1.5km - Up peat cutters track to Craigagh Hill - Spelhoagh - Oughtmore - Unmarked summit - NE alongside fence before dropping down to gap in forest where it meets track at 693991 - Down track to car. (PM)gerrybowes16/09/2015
As GB. With Oughtmore in a clockwise direction. Gap in forest very useful for access to forest road.bolton16/09/2015
Linear walk over Crockbrack, Spelhoagh, Oughtmore, Mullaghaneany, Meenard Mtn and its W Top.jimbloomer02/09/2015
SoloJohn Lee09/04/2009
wet grassy summit, nice boundary stone, good view. c/w circuit from 697009, parking just S of road, access to track from 690995 RHW07/05/2005
fa, solo, clear and dry, 16.25 miles, from feeny roads then a lane and open hillside to mullaghash, owenbeg river and up to cushcapple through bog and deep heather to col, mullaghaneany summit cairn in the middle of a bog, meanard mtn via a fence, meenard west and bog + rough ground to a road. climbed up the next hilltop its summit - sawel, descended along a fence line then dart mountaintop the next mine hill road, followed this down to park village.rum doodle 27/09/1997
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Martin R04/09/2005
David Purchase27/04/2005
Colin Crawford26/06/1999
Clive G29/04/1994