Mullaghcleevaun - Rob Hurson - cc
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Mullaghcleevaun is the second highest mountain in the Wicklow Mountains. Called Mullach Cliabháin in Irish Gaelic, it is a peeled mountain, peaking at over 849 metres above sea level. A vertiginous peak, which can be admired along the R115!

Visit Mullaghcleevaun Peak

A wild summit with burning colours

Mullaghcleevaun is located in the heart of the Wiklow Mountains, less than 3 km from the Old Military Road, a tourist route that runs through the Wicklow Mountains National Park. You will be able to admire the top of the road, and pass by the small lake at the foot of the mountain.

For the brave, you can try your hand at climbing Mullaghcleevaun, provided you leave well equipped and inform the Wicklow Mountains National Park Centre in advance. Never go alone, and make sure you have the right equipment: the mountain is demanding and requires good preparation, walking and endurance (the altitude differences will sometimes put you to the test).

Practical information

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in the Wicklow Mountains National Park.

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53.103132, -6.406667
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