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Name:Croaghaun SW Top [Croaghaun West Top]
Hill number:20141
Height:664m / 2178ft
Parent (Ma):20108  Croaghaun [Cruachan]
RHB Section:46C: Achill Island
Hill area:Achill/Corraun
Island:Achil Island
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:F 55354 05844
Summit feature:rock over cliff edge
Col:624m  F555058  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 22 30
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
followed on from main summit.IanHHill19/04/2018
Staying on Achill Island. Solo. Drove up the road to Lough Acorrymore and found it possible to park at a high point towards the end of the road. There is another parking point a little further on as well as the possibility of parking at the dam. I walked up to the plateau at 474m. The mist descended as I went diagonally up the hillside to reach the col between Croaghaun and Croaghaun SW Top. Ascended to the cairn on Croaghaun and the rock 8m SW of cairn which is the highest point according to DBIH. Back to the col and up to the summit of Croaghaun SW Top. Back to the col and descent more or less following the ascent route back to car. The corries above Lough Acorrymore are impressive as are the sea cliffs ( so far as I could see them! ).pwbellarby05/07/2017
Superb ridge.Outstanding views !ARM30/08/2015
Croaghaun and the SW top from the road. Atlantic hail storm across summit ridge. Lot of wet and lank growth but not so difficult.Eddie10/08/2011
alone SheilaS23/05/2009
fine compact summit (in cloud). from SE, car park at Keem, mostly steep grass RHW02/05/2005
fa, solo, rain mist & gales, 12 miles, from dough read, to croaaghaun summit, out to the sw top and back then along the cliffs, with one section looking like it was on its way to colapsing, pt 574, pt234, pt 269 , out of the mist with good views of cliffs and islands, ascended slievemore in strong winds and a steep descent down the ridge to doogort, which was strangely gale free.rum doodle 29/09/2001
Rob Pen y Garn05/09/2012
Lynfa Penygarn05/09/2012
Colin Crawford23/09/2009
Martin R02/09/2007
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