Culicagh (Binn Chuilceach), standing at 666 m (2,185 ft), sits on the Northern Ireland and Ireland border. It is the highest point in County Fermanagh. It is also the highest point of the Breifne Mountains, a range of hills stretching across three counties (Cavan, Fermanagh and Leitrim). It also sits on the border between Ireland and the United Kingdom.
The summit can be reached from the Cuilcagh mountain car park on Marlbank Road. From here, the route passes over and through one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, along farm tracks, boardwalks, and mountain paths before steeply climbing to reach the top.
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