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Name:Cuilcagh [Binn Chuilceach]
Hill number:20137
Height:666m / 2185ft
RHB Section:45D: Leitrim and W Cavan
County/UA:Fermanagh and Omagh (CoU), Cavan
County (CoH):Cavan (CoH), Fermanagh (CoH)
Hill area:Breifne
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Historic County Top,
Current County/UA Top, Dillon, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
(Ma,Hu,Sim,Hew,CoH,CoU,Dil,VL,A,P600,P500)
Grid ref:H 12354 28012
Summit feature:trig point on ancient cairn
Drop:605m
Col:61m  N184934  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
Survey:obvious summit
Comments:Fermanagh's CoH/CoU may be 25m N or NW of trig
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Notes:
  • Cavan historic county top
  • Fermanagh historic county top
  • Fermanagh and Omagh current county/UA top
  • Cavan current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Cuilcagh Mountain Park, up track and boardwalk with the crowds then onto much quieter open hillside.rhalstead05/05/2018
Forest car park - track, board walk - steps - final km to summit. Another foggy day. Back the same way. 8.4 miles.callumorr01/06/2017
walked from Altachullion viewing point CP. and along boggy ridge from S; back same way.IanHHill04/04/2017
Really nice walk to the top. Clouds came down quickly as we descended.Audi-Anne14/03/2015
Some paths closed and fences on top can be difficult with no stiles.bolton11/09/2013
Car park in Cuilcagh Mountain Park (Close to Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre0 - Head S. along the Legnabrocky Trail - Kept to E. of route suggested by JM - Climbed steep N. slopes to ridge about 400m NW of summit - Over two fences to summit of Cuilcagh. (PM)gerrybowes11/09/2013
From road near caves. Wet bogland but nice slopes and summitnickywood111/05/2012
Climbed from 168300 - a long boggy plod. 2nd ascent in 2010 from 096269 - much preferable.jimbloomer29/07/2008
fa, with wife, cold and rain, 8.7 miles, from pollawaddy, followed the track across the bog then the signed route across more bog and up onto the ridge, with a family flat walk to the summit, returned same wayrum doodle 20/04/2008
This is actually the highest point in counties Fermanagh and Cavan.Johnjoes18/02/2007
fine isolated hill, wide hazy view. from Bellavally gap to S, path most of way RHW04/05/2005
Date uncertain. Accent from Glangevlin Valley or Ulster Way.Pete West01/08/1996
I started from Florence Court Forest Car Park, then by Hikers Trail, 12.5 miles out and back 2000ft climb. Summit has large stone cairn and excellent views.Harry Goodman20/08/1995
rhif706/06/2018
richtea504020/05/2018
Onzy10/11/2017
Biffin26/03/2017
Frogreen15/06/2016
Nick Down127/09/2015
Stonecold21/03/2015
Fergalh01/05/2013
Bertandally21/04/2013
neilsan26/03/2011
mae04/10/2010
glenlecky31/08/2010
jimbloomer220/06/2010
Kiltie20/06/2010
Colin Crawford15/09/2009
Martin R31/08/2008
chalky195304/04/2007
GaryJones01/04/2007
lbleakley0431/03/2007
jonnymuir21/07/2006
Éamonn13/10/2005
David Purchase03/05/2005
fasgadh20/09/2001
psychocrawler01/01/2000
IainT13/09/1998
roscorrocket01/08/1998
PN_Runner26/02/1995