List of mountains in Northern Ireland

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Slieve Donard - Tallest mountain in Northern Ireland and the Mourne Mountains

This is a list of mountains in Northern Ireland. Mountains, in both Great Britain and Ireland, are commonly defined as any summit at least 2,000 feet (or 610 metres) high.In addition, some definitions also include a topographical prominence requirement, typically 100 feet (30 m) or 500 feet (152 m).[1] Mountain(s) on the border are marked with an asterisk (*).

List of Mountains over 2000ft[edit]

Sawel mountain- Tallest Mountain in County Derry and the Sperrin Mountains
# Name Height
1 Slieve Donard 850 m (2970 ft)
2 Slieve Commedagh 767 m (2516 ft)
3 Slieve Binnian 747 m (2451 ft)
4 Slieve Bearnagh 727 m (2385 ft)
5 Slieve Meelbeg 708 m (2323 ft)
6 Slieve Meelmore 704 m (2310 ft)
6 Slievelamagan 704 m (2310 ft)
8 Sawel Mountain 678 m (2224 ft)
9 Slieve Muck 673 m (2208 ft)
10 Cuilcagh* 665 m (2182 ft)
11 Chimney Rock Mountain 656 m (2152 ft)
12 Cove Mountain 655 m (2149 ft)
13 Eagle Mountain 638 m (2093 ft)
14 Mullaghclogha 635 m (2083 ft)
15 Mullaghneany 627 m (2057 ft)
16 Shanlieve 627 m (2057 ft)
17 Meenard Mounatain 625 m (2051 ft)
18 Slieve Loughshannagh 620 m (2034 ft)
19 Dart Mountain 619 m (2031 ft)

List of mountains 1500-2000ft[edit]

Benbradagh
Divis, outside Belfast
# Name Height
1 Slieve Gullion 573m(1880 ft)
2 Carnanelly 562m(1844)
3 Slievemoughanmore 559m(1834 ft)
4 Mullaghmore 550m(1804 ft)
4 Trostan 550m(1804 ft)
6 Mullaghcarn 542m(1778 ft)
7 Slieve Croob 534m(1752 ft)
8 Slieve Gallion 528m(1732 ft)
9 Knocklayd 514m(1686 ft)
10 Slieveanorra 508m(1667 ft)
11 Slievemartin 485m(1591 ft)
12 Mullaghash 480m(1575 ft)
13 Divis 478m(1568 ft)
14 Agnew's Hill 474m(1555 ft)
15 Benbradagh 465m(1526 ft)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, Peter (2001). Listing the Irish hills and mountains in Irish Geography, Vol 34(1), University of Ulster, Coleraine, p. 89. [1] (pdf)
  2. ^ Wilson, Peter (2001). Listing the Irish hills and mountains in Irish Geography, Vol 34(1), University of Ulster, Coleraine, p. 89. [2] (pdf)
  3. ^ A Mountain is a Mountain - isn't it? at www.go4awalk.com. Accessed on 3 Feb 2013.