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Name:Cnoc na Slea [Crocknasleigh]
Hill number:20567
Height:163m / 535ft
RHB Section:45B: Derryveagh, Glendowan
County/UA:Donegal
Hill area:Donegal NW
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Binnion
(Ma,Hu,Bin)
Grid ref:C123429 (est)
Drop:159m
Col:4m  C125423  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 02

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
A fine pointy little hill. From the beach car park, so I could walk across the splendid beach, then directly up quite steeply on animal tracks through heather, dwarf juniper and grass, joining a good path near the top. Great views, despite rain. Back on the path.Gill15/09/2018
4/4 (Errigal/Lough Salt Mountain/Ganiamore/Crocknasleigh)Fergalh27/05/2018
Ascent from west via Tra na Rossan. A high quality hill above fine beaches. Low profile advised.fasgadh20/10/2012
first ascent, hot & sunny, day trip bagging various relative hills in donegal. including ascents of loughsalt mtn - great views and easy access, crocknasleigh - nice beach at the start, graiamore - quick ascent, murren hill - another quick ascent via a track to the mast and then a short ascent to the trig point. note, one approached road to this hill is nothing more than a rough track, beware! And off back to belfast.rum doodle 10/04/2010
Multiple childhood climbs with my family.paddyirishblank
David-Guenot18/07/2015
chalky195325/09/2012
IainT21/08/2007
jake2219/07/2007