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Name:Cruach na Miol [Croaghnameal]
Hill number:20658
Height:438m / 1437ft
Parent (Ma):20311  Cruach Eoghanach [Croaghonagh] [Barnesmore]
RHB Section:45C: Blue Stack Mountains
Hill area:S Donegal/W Tyrone
Class:Hump, 400-499m hill, Submarilyn, Carn
Grid ref:H037793 (est)
Col:292m  H042804  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 11

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 3 users)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled to end of forest track at H034794 through cleared forest to open hill.chalky195328/09/2014
first ascent, 2 in party, sunny but cool. 10.7km parked past a small farm & followed the lane way through a gate, took a left - not on the map and followed a boggy track with fallen trees. exited the forest to a col, turned left and climbed to croaghmeens summit, returned to col and climbed to the ring contour summit of croaghameal, then trig point, descended via river, across a couple of fences and back onto the forest tracks.rum doodle 03/05/2010