Slieve Gullion (Sliabh gCuillinn), standing at, 573 m (1,880 ft), is the highest point in County Armagh. It is located in the heart of the Ring of Gullion, a geological formation and designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The summit can be reached from a small car park halfway up the
western side. A waymarked trail leads to the top. At the summit,
you can find a small lake and two large ancient burial cairns, one of which is the highest surviving passage tomb in Ireland. The chamber inside measures 3.6 m wide and 4.3 m high. On a clear day, views from the summit extend as far away as Antrim, Dublin Bay, and Wicklow.
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|573 m (1,880 ft)
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