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Name:Slieve Beagh [Sliabh Beatha]
Hill number:20388
Height:380m / 1247ft
RHB Section:44A: Londonderry and N Tyrone
County/UA:Fermanagh and Omagh (CoU)
Hill area:Fermanagh/S Tyrone
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Binnion
(Ma,Hu,Bin)
Grid ref:H 52385 43638
Summit feature:overgrown ancient cairn
Drop:284m
Col:96m  H490490  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 18
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
sglennon06/09/2018
Walked from the CP by the gate on Three Hollows Road in an anticlockwise circuit of the three Slieve Beagh summits. The undulating landscape is quite disorientating, with the various lochans providing the most reliable reference points. Having found the first summit, the other two were clearly identifiable and, fortunately, so was the return route.Nick Down113/07/2018
As other parked at gate (553416) and followed track then open moor to Slieve Beagh and SE Top.rhalstead05/05/2018
chalky195308/05/2014
Fergalh18/09/2013
jimbloomer09/09/2011
fa, with wife, showers and windy, climbed from barratitoppy and parked by gates, then over eshbrack, pt 365, to slieve beagh east top by lough sallagh, took in further two tops, one proving to be higher than slieve beaghs actual summit, descended from doocarn, pt 365, eshbrack and back. drove to carrighluke and climbed it from its carpark to its trig point, some kids in cars here, looked a bit suspicious.rum doodle 25/10/2009
David Purchase10/09/2005
Glasmullaghlad12/05/2001