Name:Derrybawn Mountain
Hill number:21284
Height:476.1m / 1562ft
Parent (Ma):20012  Lugnaquilla [Log na Coille]
RHB Section:55A: Wicklow Hills S
Hill area:Dublin/Wicklow
Class:400-499m hill, Carn
Grid ref:T 11900 95435
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:444m  T117950  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Summit 1/7 of the walk. 26.9kms in 6hrs 41mins. Started up Derrybawn Mountain 474m from the Glendalough lower lake. Went along the ridge from Derrybawn to Mullacor 657m. Continued onwards to Lugduff East Top 637m and Lugduff 652m, bog slogged up Conavalla 734m which had some snow on top! From Conavalla to Tomaneena 681 via crazy peat hags, snow and bog! Finished up Camaderry Mountain 698m and then back to the car park!simoburn02/02/2014
On a Glendalough- The Spink- Mullacor(qv for details)- Derrybawn Mountain- Glendalough walk. A very nice SSW ridge on the way up.pwheeler29/05/2011
fa, with wife, 13.7 miles, clear and sunny, from the g/lough car park, to derrybawn mtn, via the wicklow way and a faint path to the summit, followed the ridge s/e to the path & over emulator, continued onto lug duff and a top, along a boggy ridge to conavalla, to lough firrib with a very suspect section, better ground to tomaneena and then camaderry. descended s/e to a top through some old scots pine trees with a herd of deer rutting and right back down to the car park.rum doodle 11/10/2008
From Mullacor with Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain Club. Descent back to Glendalough.alwaysinshorts23/03/2007