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Name:Slieve League [Sliabh Liag]
Hill number:20222
Height:596.4m / 1957ft
RHB Section:45C: Blue Stack Mountains
Hill area:Donegal SW
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Arderin, Myrddyn Dewey
Grid ref:G 54346 78387
Summit feature:raised area 50m N of trig point
Col:126m  G730865  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 10
Observations:small cairn 70m ESE of trig point at G 54411 78357 may be as high
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Solo. Cliff path up. Small pile of stones on grass to north of trig seems highest point. Descended over Lergadaghtan Mountain (459m).Dangerous Dave25/06/2018
Revisit to include Cnoc Ramhar ( Arderin Beag ) by the original cliff path this time ,much more interesting than the Pilgrims path.chalky195306/06/2018
Done en route between Glencolmcille and Achill Island. From the car park at end of the road at Bunglass. Solo. From the summit of Slieve League South East Top I went in thick mist across the plateau to One Man's Pass. This is rather a knife edge but hardly a scramble. I went to the trig point and the higher ground 50m N where DBIH indicates is the highest point. On the descent I went along the crest below Slieve League South East Top it is not too difficult although the drop on the seaward side is spectacular. Lower down I deviated slightly off the path to include the summit of Scregeighter South Top (308m). Overall a very worthwhile walk.pwbellarby02/07/2017
tourist route from carparkjimbloomer07/09/2015
Fantastic sea cliff walk !ARM17/11/2012
3rd ascent, club meet, cold but clear, climbed via the teelin track to the holy well and ruined church, continued on over this top and out along the narrow ridge to the main summit. returning same way and down to the pub at teelin.rum doodle 04/04/2010
Walked up part way on cliff paths then across to track to avoid worst of the cliff bits for me.nickywood113/05/2009
with wife, cool & clear, 5.5 miles, teelin, pilgrims path (track), past ruined ciliin / church, out over one mans path to the summit and back then to rusty's for a pintrum doodle 16/07/2007
Solo Uisdean2509/07/2005
fine hill sadly climbed in thick mist. Following crest would be a serious undertaking but path has no problems. path from road-end to SE, deep peat in places RHW05/05/2005
Climbed with Linda, Nicola, Garry .John Lee28/03/2005
fa, solo, 7.5 miles, clear but breezy, from bunglass, cliff path and scramble over one mans pass, slieve league, leahan, descend to road and then an old hill track over to the hostel in glen colmcillerum doodle 03/11/2001
Nick Canute09/08/2006
Martin R06/09/2005
David Bell02/09/1987