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On top of Slemish Mountain approx 8km from Broughshane. There are several eroded volcanic plugs scattered throughout this area, the most notable being Slemish. This now isolated hill is oval in shape, and is 1000 metres by 300 metres, rising some 200m above the surrounding peneplain.
Ever wanted to climb a worn down volcano but never had a good enough reason. Now you do.
Follow the signs to Slemish and park at the car park N54 52.963 W006 06.231.
There are two routes to the top from the carpark, 20 minutes will take you to the top by the direct route.
Look for the highest point and find cache from here.
The cache is a tupperware box with a green lid.
The terrain is steep in places and can be very wet and slippery. Bring waterproofs and sturdy shoes/boots if possible.
Hold onto the log book on top as there is usually a small breeze blowing.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum