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Name:Bessy Bell [Sliabh Troim]
Hill number:20340
Height:420m / 1378ft
RHB Section:44A: Londonderry and N Tyrone
County/UA:Fermanagh and Omagh (CoU)
Hill area:Sperrin Mountains
Class:Marilyn, Hump, 400-499m hill, Carn
Grid ref:H 39033 82072
Summit feature:mound
Col:78m  H351794  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 12
Observations:Earth bank at H 39020 82110 appears slightly lower; neither look natural. Trig pillar at IH 39066 82086 is lower.
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
From W: we drove up the roughish track. 2 highpoints both possibly manmade, also trig pillar.RHW03/05/2015
started from the Cashty Road, no access problems, a walk through Baronscourt forest up the windfarm access road and finally to the transmitter next to Donald Gorm's Cairncjmorris602/09/2012
fa, solo, 20 miles, windy & sunny, from folk park, minor road, then way marked way uphill, through a wind farm, to the summit, followed ulster way down through forest, cashty wood, mans wood, minor roads then a track into a small forest and the summit of mullaghcroy which had a wooden structure on top of it, followed a firebreak north to a wall, then a lane way onto minor roads and through barons court grounds to newtownstewart.rum doodle 04/04/2009
Great view and climbjake1118/09/1993
G3TQQ (Dave)09/04/2019