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Name:Aghla More [An Eachla Mhor]
Hill number:20599
Height:581.2m / 1907ft
Parent (Ma):20216  Aghla Beg South Top
RHB Section:45B: Derryveagh, Glendowan
Hill area:Donegal NW
Class:Hump, Arderin, Myrddyn Dewey
Grid ref:B 94980 23931
Summit feature:tiny cairn
Col:448m  B956239  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 01
Survey:obvious summit/Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
A good circuit of Aghla More, Aghla Beg South top and Aghla Beg via the track from the R251 leading to Loch Alltain, then steeply up to Aghla More, and onwards to the South top, and of course to Aghla Beg, because it's the most interesting of the 3. It's easy to contour round the south top, and then descend across the hillside to pick up the outwards route. After heavy rain, it's hard to cross the river except at the stepping stones by the folly.Gill16/09/2018
Aghla Beg, S top & Aghla More from W. Parked just S of fish farm (just N of Loch Prochlais).jimbloomer05/09/2015
fa, 2 in party, warm and sunny, 12 miles, glover highlander walk to errigal taking in all the summits on the way from Muckishrum doodle 14/09/1996