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Name:Dooish [An Dubhais]
Hill number:20158
Height:651.5m / 2137ft
RHB Section:45B: Derryveagh, Glendowan
Hill area:Donegal NW
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Dillon,
Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:B 98218 21039
Summit feature:cairn
Col:332m  B959182  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 06
Survey:obvious summit/Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
7/8 (Maumlock/Staghall Mountain/Croaghnasaggart/Dooish South East Top/Saggartnadooish E Top/Saggartnadooish/Dooish/Dooish South West Top)Fergalh31/03/2019
After doing Muckish in the morning, the rain pelted down for an hour or two, so I went out again at 5pm to do this one. Dillon is ambiguous on where to start, and as the mist was low, I chose the wrong spot, but the result was a longer, easier climb which allowed me to bag a Tump and the cloud to clear with lovely views of Errigal and Muckish.IanHHill09/04/2017
fa, with wife, 10 miles, light showers finishing the day with heavy rain, from regal car park, climbed uphill to mumlack, continued over several ring contours to cruaghnasagart, descended south to lough naweelloge and up to staghall mtn, returned past lough, past pt 475, col, pt431, climbed by fence to dovish, descended and climbed dovish east summit, contouring back to the fence following it to lough croloughan and along a stream back to the road.rum doodle 26/07/2009
fine rocky summit, fine view. a/c/w circuit from layby 980226 RHW06/05/2005
Hardly one to remember, particularly sandwiched betweeen the twin peaks of Muckish & Errigalroscorrocket22/07/1999
fa, solo, very windy, 12 km, from road, up a grass gully between dovish and edendooish, very windy on dooish summit, returned to col then climbed up to edendooish, s/w to pt 528, beside deer fence, descended down bog and granite, pt 431, pt 475 and onto maumlack and down to the poisoned glen avoiding the out crops and cliffs and back to the yh.rum doodle 31/03/1997
Martin R29/08/2008