|Slieve Bearnagh (Sliabh Bearna)|
Slieve Bearnagh and the Mourne Wall from Slievenaglogh
|Elevation||727 m (2,385 ft)|
|Prominence||c. 292 m|
|Translation||mountain of the gap (Irish)|
|Location||County Down, Northern Ireland|
|Parent range||Mourne Mountains|
|Topo map||OSNI Outdoor Pursuits map Mourne Country|
Slieve Bearnagh (from the Irish: Sliabh Bearna) is a mountain in the Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland. Its summit is crowned by a number of rocky tors. The Mourne Wall crosses the summit of Slieve Bearnagh east to west. Paths lead to the cols on either side of the mountain, namely Pollaphuca ("pool of the púca") to the west and Hare's Gap to the east. From the latter, one can also descend southwards to the head of the Ben Crom reservoir.
- Paddy Dillon (2013). The Mountains of Ireland: a Guide to Walking the Summits. Cicerone Press. pp. 208–209. ISBN 9781849659512.
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