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Hill number:21248
Height:289m / 948ft
Parent (Ma):20468  Slievetrue [Carn Hill] [Sliabh an Triuir]
RHB Section:43C: Antrim Mountains
County/UA:Mid and East Antrim (CoU)
Hill area:Belfast Hills
Grid ref:J 38925 93701
Summit feature:trig point in small plantation
Col:245m  J365923  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
Observations:fence jct to ENE at J 39016 93743 by ruin may be as high or higher
Comments:formerly the administrative county top for Carrickfergus
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From S. Farm road then pasture. Trig pillar in small plantation, but fence jct to ENE by ruin may be as highRHW02/05/2015