Mullaghanattin

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Mullaghanattin
Mullach an Aitinn
Gleann Chárthaigh - geograph.org.uk - 292585.jpg
A bog backed by Mullaghanattin
Highest point
Elevation 773 m (2,536 ft) [1]
Prominence 528 m (1,732 ft) [1]
Listing Marilyn, Hewitt
Coordinates 51°55′58.8″N 9°50′2.4″W / 51.933000°N 9.834000°W / 51.933000; -9.834000Coordinates: 51°55′58.8″N 9°50′2.4″W / 51.933000°N 9.834000°W / 51.933000; -9.834000
Naming
Translation Summit of the gorse (Irish)
Geography
Mullaghanattin is located in Ireland
Mullaghanattin
Mullaghanattin
Parent range Dunkerron Mountains (Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula)
OSI/OSNI grid V738772
Climbing
Easiest route scrambling

Mullaghanattin (Irish: Mullach an Aitinn, meaning "summit of the gorse"[2]) is a summit of the Dunkerron Mountains, part of the Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula[3] in County Kerry, Ireland.

Geography[edit]

The mountain lies southwest of Stumpa Dúloigh, the highest mountain of the Dunkerron range. With an elevation is 773 metres it is the 58th highest summit in Ireland.

Access to the summit[edit]

Mullaghanattin summit can be accessed from Tooreennahone parking, then walking through gentle slopes which become very steep only for the last km.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Dunkerron Mountains Area / Mullaghanattin". MountainViews. Ordnance Survey Ireland. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Paul Tempan. "Irish Hill and Mountain Names" (PDF). www.mountaineering.ie. Mountaineering Ireland. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
  3. ^ "Hills and Mountains of Britain and Ireland - Ireland : Iveragh Peninsula". www.walkingclub.org.uk. Saturday Walkers Club. Retrieved June 9, 2015.[permanent dead link]

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