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Inishnabro Hill Inis na Bró A name in Irish
(Ir. Inis na Bró [logainm.ie], 'island of the quernstone') Kerry County, in Binnion List, Red sandstone & siltstone Bedrock

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Height: 175m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 70 Grid Reference: V21269 93042 This place has been logged as visited by 17 members. Recently by: DavidWalsh, MichaelE, Colin Murphy, march-fixer, zanzibar, acorn, kernowclimber, sandman, mcrtchly, Conor74, Bernieor, dbloke, wicklore, Peter Walker, osullivanm
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Longitude: -10.606801, Latitude: 52.060946 , Easting: 21269, Northing: 93042 Prominence: 175m,  Isolation: 1.9km
ITM: 421260 593095,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Inshnb, 10 char: Inishnabro
Bedrock type: Red sandstone & siltstone, (Bulls Head Formation)

This island is higher and more rugged than its neighbour, Inishvickillane. Tomás Ó Criomhthain records in An t-Oileánach (The Islandman) how the well-known melody Port na bPúcaí magically came to one of the Daly family living on Inishnabro. This story in turn inspired Seamus Heaney's poem The Given Note.   Inis na Bró is the 1424th highest place in Ireland. Inis na Bró is the second most southerly summit in the Dingle West area. It's also the third most westerly summit in .

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A rare view of Inis na Brò .. by wicklore   (Show all for Inis na Bró)
 
Rocket Man .. by Conor74   (Show all for Inis na Bró)
 
A view along the island .. by wicklore   (Show all for Inis na Bró)
 
Jagged cathedral. .. by simon3   (Show all for Inis na Bró)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Inis na Bró in area Dingle West, Ireland
Picture: A rarely seen cove
 
The hidden entrance to Inis na Bro
by wicklore  9 Sep 2012
As Conor74 has pointed out, the access point for Inis na Bro is rather startling. Behind the rugged and sharp rocks that ring the island lies a tiny hidden cove, accessed through a narrow breach in the rocks. Because the dingy was inflatable it was able to squeeze through, scraping the sheer rock face on either side, with cheery calls of 'watch your heads and backs' issuing from the able navigator. Once inside the cove, there is a quick step onto the rocks before a rather steep and exhilarating climb up a grassy gully to the gentler slopes above.

Inis na Bro does not have sheep, so deep heather is in abundance, especially on the last haul up to the summit. Views are amazing of the surrounding islands of Inisvickillane, Tearaght, and the Great Blasket. Inis na Bro is another island with gentle eastern slopes and fierce, sheer west-facing cliffs. There are no obvious remains of human settlements, and a flock of seagulls huddled on the SE end of the island, perhaps deciding what to do about these most unexpected visitors.

We saw some giant slugs and the burrows of either rabbits or petrels. They must live in absolute peace from humans for most of the year, and even our visit was short and hopefully not too intrusvive for them.

My photo shows the hidden cove with the entrance sea-arch behind as the dingy squeezes through. A most remarkable way to access an island! Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/1043/comment/14802/
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Another view of Inis na Brò .. by wicklore   (Show all for Inis na Bró)
 
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