Slieau Freoaghane facts for kids
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Summit cairn and trig point on Slieau Freoaghane
|Elevation||488 m (1,601 ft)|
|Prominence||c. 153 m|
|English translation||bilberry mountain|
|Language of name||Manx|
|Location||Isle of Man|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 95|
Slieau Freoaghane (from the Manx for mountain of the bilberry; pronounced) is a hill on the Isle of Man, and the second highest of the Island's five Marilyns. It is located in the Sheading of Michael and can be climbed from Kirk Michael or Barregarrow to the west, from Brandy Cottage to the south, or from Druidale in the east. The summit is marked with a trig point.
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