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Name:Slievenaglogh [Sliabh na gCloch]
Hill number:20598
Height:586m / 1923ft
Parent (Ma):20053  Slieve Commedagh [Sliabh Coimheideach]
RHB Section:43B: Mourne Mountains
County/UA:Newry, Mourne and Down (CoU)
Hill area:Mourne Mountains
Class:Arderin, Myrddyn Dewey
Grid ref:J327291 (est)
Col:544m  J331289  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 29

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Bloody Bridge. Slieve Donard, Slieve Commedagh, Slieve Corragh and Slievenagloch. Great day in good weather. lovely views.Alunrees3319/09/2017
From Trassey car park to Slieve Bearnagh - (via Brandy pad) - Slieve Donard - Slieve Commedagh - Slieve Corragh - Slievenagloghkdbennett07/07/2016
11th hill on the epic Mourne wall challenge starting from Carrick little car park, climbing Slieve Binnian East top, Slieve Binnian, Wee Binnian, Slievenaglogh, Slieve Muck, Carn mountain, Slieve Loughshannagh, Slieve Meelbeg, Slieve Meelmore, Slieve Bearnagh down steeply to the col and up. Fantastic views back to Slieve Bearnagh and Ben Crom reservoir. Small cairn marks summit.Dazingdale22/07/2015
With Chris, Jade, Marcus, Charlotte, Helen, Constanze and Felicitas (friends from CUHWC) on Mournes trip. Ott car park - Loughshannagh - Meelbeg - Meelmore - Bearnagh - Slievenaglogh - Corragh - Commedagh - Newcastle. Another great linear walk.Mark Jackson02/07/2014
Slieve Donard, Slieve Commadagh, Slieve Corragh, Slievenaglogh and Slieve Beg from Newcastle. WS.Fred Windsor10/08/2013
Very wet day out. Came from Tollymore Forest Park.dc9601/08/2013
With Damian.Dangerous Dave05/07/2009
nice shapely hill, fine situation & view. circuit acw from Silent Valley entrance RHW31/05/2004
many ascents of these hills, 3 in group, misty, glen river path, mourne wall, out to the summit of slieve commedagh, back to the wall, down and then Corragh, slievenagolgh, Hares Gap and then up onto sleeve Bearnaghs twin summits, descended to next col, path back below the slabs, then on the spellack path to the trassey track and the cp.rum doodle 28/03/1998
many ascents of these hills, probably 2-3 hundred. solo, windy, 11 miles. glen river path, mourne wall, out to the summit cairn of sleeve commedagh, onto corragh then slievenaglogh, re entrant to track, then trassey track, wall then tollymore forest and the ulster way back to newcastle.rum doodle 21/03/1998