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Cnoicín an tSeabhaic Hill (Ir. Cnoicín an tSeabhaic [www.gaeltalk.net], 'little hill of the
hawk')
Cork County, in Binnion List, Sandstone & subsidiary mudstone Bedrock

Height: 160m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 88 Grid Reference: V97225 22082 This summit has been logged as climbed by 17 members. Recently by: brenno, Wilderness, spoodle58, skhg, chalky, PollyM, Dessie1, garrettd, pocarbuile, buck71, solenn, jackill, punchy87, irelandtrails, scapania
I have climbed this summit: NO (You need to be a logged-in member to change this.)

Longitude: -9.47889, Latitude: 51.442748 , Easting: 97225, Northing: 22082 Prominence: 160m,   Isolation: 4.1km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 497197 522155,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Cncían, 10 char: CncínantSb
Bedrock type: Sandstone & subsidiary mudstone, (Sherkin Formation)

This peak, located in the townland of Cill Leice Fórabháin, is unnamed on OS maps. The old lighthouse stands on this hill.   Cnoicín an tSeabhaic is the 1444th highest summit in Ireland. Cnoicín an tSeabhaic is the most southerly summit in the Mizen/Sheeps Head area. It's also the most southerly summit in .

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Land Ho! .. by group   (Show all for Cnoicín an tSeabhaic)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Cnoicín an tSeabhaic in area Mizen/Sheeps Head, Ireland
Picture: Looking east to Sherkin and Baltimore
 
Kernowclimber, your secret is out!
by jackill  17 Jun 2010
Since their first appearance together on MountainViews I had wondered at the meaning of the good Doctors assistants nom de plume.
Unexpected it was to step off the 10.30am ferry from Baltimore on a murky Saturday and have the answer set in stone on Clear island.
St Ciaran was born here in the 4th century and as a young man travelled to Rome having heard about Christianity from some sailors. He returned to Clear Island, converted the people and built a church here. Ciarans father was a native of Ossory (Kilkenny) and St Ciaran founded a monestry there at Seir Kieran 30 years before St Patrick came to Ireland.
St. Ciaran also ministered in Kernow(Cornwall) where he is know as St Piaran.
He is celebrated on the 5th of March.
A sharp left turn out of the ferry port and an amble over broken lanes serenaded by the sound of holy exhausts to the cross roads, turn right uphill and then over the stile to your left.
Following a barely discernable wind turbine access road will bring you to the most southerly summit in Ireland.
Seascapes and islands , the three Calfs, Hare, Horse to the north, Sherkin to the east shielding The Stolen Village of Baltimore where arabic was spoken on the winding streets by corsairs intent on selling the locals into slavery in the seventeenth century, solitary Fastnet to the west and beyond the rolling Atlantic swell and America. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/1048/comment/5843/
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Not a CLEAR route to the top!! .. by Dessie1   (Show all for Cnoicín an tSeabhaic)
 
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