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Cnoc na Bánóige Mountain (Ir. Cnoc na Bánóige [TCCD], 'hill of the grassy patch') Kerry County, in Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam, Irish Best Hundred Lists, Purple cross-bedded sandstone Bedrock

Height: 641.6m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 70 Grid Reference: Q54831 04823 This summit has been logged as climbed by 86 members. Recently by: PeakPaul, Martinpeak, ericjones, Wilderness, DenisMc, nioclas, melohara, gallybander, Ulsterpooka, fingalscave, noelvontrap, thomas_g, oldsoldier, peter1, David-Guenot
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Longitude: -10.122875, Latitude: 52.176595 , Easting: 54832, Northing: 104824 Prominence: 176m,   Isolation: 1.2km
ITM: 454813 604878,   GPS IDs, 6 char: CncnBá, 10 char: CncnBánóg
Bedrock type: Purple cross-bedded sandstone, (Cappagh Sandstone Formation)

Previously Banoge North in MV.   Cnoc na Bánóige is the 212th highest summit in Ireland.

Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/207/
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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Cnoc na Bánóige in area Central Dingle, Ireland
Picture: looking back from Knockmulanane
 
A walk to savour on a clear day
Short Summary created by Colin Murphy, jackill,  2 Mar 2015
Park in the large car park at the Connor pass.
Cross the main road and head due east uphill following a distinct track for 200 meters, leave this track as it swings sharply south and continue uphill and east, skirting cliffs to your left side.
You will come to a small semicircle of stones at about 620 mtrs elevation , pick up a low stone wall and follow it to the unmarked summit of Slieveanea about 400 meters to the east.
From Slieveanea head south from the summit crossing rough bog for a little while before an easy ascent across a stoney surface to an Cnapan Mor , then descend to the Windy Gap and follow with a grassy sharp ascent to the summit.
An alternative is to park at the car park beside Lough Anscaul and ascend directly up the steep eastern slope. This becomes tricky around 400m elevation when you must ascend through a narrow gully which involves some climbing - and a warning - this can be a little dangerous in wet conditions. After that continue directly west for about 500m to reach Knockmulanane and then a further 2km west takes you to the summit, marked by a cairn. The terrain is a mixture of grass and heather and quite uneven. 2.5 hours car to summit. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/207/comment/4967/
 
From the summit cairn Of Cnoc na Bánóige looking .. by jackill   (Show all for Cnoc na Bánóige)
 
See Knockmulanane for the start of this walk Arr .. by three5four0   (Show all for Cnoc na Bánóige)
 
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