Name:Tievummera - Trig Point
Hill number:20057
Height:759.6m / 2492ft
Parent (Ma):20050  Barrclashcame
RHB Section:47A: South Mayo and Central Galway
County/UA:Mayo
Hill area:Sheeffry Hills
Class:Dillon
(Dil)
Grid ref:L 86138 69452
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:7.9m
Col:751.7m  L 8563 6933  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
Observations:0.7m lower than summit 595m W (hill 20571)
Survey:Abney level/Trimble GeoXH 6000
Comments:Relocated to hill 20571 in 2011/2024. Dillon remains at Trig Point
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed Tievenabonna Tievummera and Barrclashcame from Tawnyard finishing at Doo Lough.Danny Devlin09/04/2022
3/8 Sheeffry West top. Tievummerra both main tops. Then Sheeffry East top then down to Tievnabinnia East top and Tawny Rover. Back up to Sheeffry and down ridge to Tievnabinnia South Top and finally Tawnard then down to road. Bit of an epic. Hour back to car.nickywood109/05/2019
fa, with wife, clear at first then mist and rain on the final descent, 9.12 miles, followed forest track then edge of forest up steeply onto the SW ridge, over a minor top, to the first main summit, followed a broad ridge to the next top & trig as the mist came in, continued along a narrowing ridge to the west summit and then descended down steep slopes in the rain and mist, then across the slope once it eased to reach the road and back to the carrum doodle 13/10/2007
alda07/05/2024
David-Guenot04/02/2018
Onzy10/11/2017
Stonecold08/04/2017
Barry Smith18/04/2015
try9fan15/06/2014
Fergalh25/05/2013
glenlecky16/03/2011
mae02/10/2010
jimbloomer15/06/2010
Martin R04/09/2008
chalky195314/04/2007
GaryJones01/04/2007
RHW03/06/2004
roscorrocket30/07/2003
bryanmccabe01/01/2001
JohnIvor27/06/1997
PN_Runner15/04/1995
IainT02/07/1994
GordonAdshead00/10/1992
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