The path curves at a relatively easy gradient again until you reach the final ascent to the summit, which is steeper, equivalent to roughly 100 stairs Once at the summit, you will first come to the cairn (set up over a passage tomb) at the southern, highest end of the mountain.
From here you can pick up a path that meanders northwards on the crest of the mountain, where the ground in many places is surprisingly marshy, until you reach the beautiful (and by reputation enchanted) little lake at the northern end of the mountain.
In December 2004, Marie Mc Stay visited the Creggan graveyard near Crossmaglen.
"It is an extensive graveyard filled with notable characters of importance to the history of quite a large surrounding area.
The earliest headstone is dated 1685 but it is a certainty that people were being buried here centuries before that.
Michael Mc Shane tells how he has given many tours of this graveyard to visitors from as far away as Australia, New Zealand and New York. "We have Princes, poets, priests, parsons and paupers buried here." Around that time there was an exciting discovery that fuelled a lot of interest.
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Viltra provided the design, supply and commissioning of a 5.6m deep x 2.4m diameter foul water pumping station to NIW adoption standards that resulted in the new 15-house development having access to the main sewers.