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Conseils des habitants
The hike to Benbulben commences at Lukes Bridge and the ascent route climbs gently up the gully and to the summit plateau. Can also be climbed via the Gleniff Horseshoe via the old Barite mines.
A fantastically unique tabletop mountain, sculpted by glaciation 10,000yrs ago. For a good day walk, climb via Luke’s Bridge and on a clear day you can see 4 counties at the top!
Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. Benbulben was formed as a result of the different responses to erosion of the limestone and shale of which the mountain is formed. A hard and resistant limestone forms the upper cliffs and precipices…
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