Eagles Rock - The Hag's Leap
On the south side of Glenade valley, on the northern face of the Dartry mountains, in the townland of Cloontyplugrish is a fabulous geological formation, a land stack called the Hag's Leap. The stack was formed when a massive chunk parted from the north face of Tievebawn, probably on a faultline. The Dartry or Carbury mountains are composed of carboniferous limestone and are about 300 million years old.
The cliffs called Eagles Rock, between the Tumpaunmore and Sheshin, must have been home to many birds of prey. There are lots of old empty cottages scattered around this side of the mountain, and an old track leads up past Eagles Rock to the top of Tievebawn.
Meet at Eagles Rock viewing point car park at 9:30am. The hike will take approx 5 hours to complete.
Difficulty level: Medium.
Height Gained: 500m
OSI Map: 16
Group Size: Max 12, so please book early to guarantee your place.
Pre registration is essential for this hike.
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Good waterproof boots and waterproof clothing are essential; hiking trousers are advised, (no jeans please); spare warm layer; hat and gloves; lunch and/or snacks; water or juice drink, (1.5 litres); small rucksack to carry it all in. Walking poles are recommended.
From Manorhamilton take the R280 for 14kms towards Kinlough. After passing Glenade Lough look for a sign post for Eagles Rock on your left. Continue on this road for 2kms. Then turn right. The next left will bring you to the car park.
NB - Cancellation policy
Hike that are cancelled with one month of event Full refund
Hikes that are cancelled within 14 days of the event a refund of 50%
Hikes that are cancelled within 7 days no refund available apart from exceptional cases due to illness or family bereavement