The reason I ask is that no tracks or paths are indicated or mapped on the database
Is it in the Slieveanorra Nature Reserve
As on the slopes of Slieveanorra Mountain are four plots of peat bog which show different stages in the formation and erosion of peat. The Owennaglush plot is a rare example of a raised bog in which the peat is actively growing
This is on the website…
Due to the fragile nature of the bog and the danger of deep swallow holes, visitors are asked to contact the NIEA Site manager based at Co Hall Castlerock Road Coleraine, to arrange access.Tel: 028 703 59977.
Access to GI/AH-003 is un-restricted, an easy 20 minute walk on the service road to the transmitter compound. If you are operating on HF then there is no problem with QRM from the transmitters however there is considerable RF interference on 145 Mhz especially from the 2 metre beacon GB3NGI