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Eskatarriff Mountain Eisc an Tairbh A name in Irish
(Ir. Eisc an Tairbh [T6000], 'ravine of the bull') Cork/ Kerry County In Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam Lists

Height: 600.5m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 84 Grid Reference: V73648 53317 This summit has been logged as climbed by 62 members. Recently by: DenisMc, garrettd, suiladoir, thomas_g, nolanlyn, GSheehy, Teresa-ms, eugeneryan959, osullivanm, jackill, simon3, Aongus, noelvontrap, Cobhclimber, Onzy
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Longitude: -9.829053, Latitude: 51.718567 Prominence: 135.47m,   Isolation: 0.7km
ITM: 473625 553383,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Esktrf, 10 char: Eskatarif

Pluais an Rábaigh or The Rábach's Cave is situated at the foot of Eskatarriff, at the end of the valley known as the Pocket. It was used in the late 19th century as a hideout by Seán an Rábach after committing two notorious murders.   Eskatarriff is the 275th highest summit in Ireland.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Eskatarriff in area Caha Mountains, Ireland
Picture: Eskatarriff with Eskatarriff E in the foreground
 
Fine views down the glen
by thomas_g  10 May 2014 While not as impressive as its smaller neighbour Eskatarriff E, Eskatarriff offers some fine views down Rabachs glen.
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by milo  2 Aug 2002 The second summit on a dramatic circuit over the Rabachs Glen. Current(2002) . There is a problem in starting this from the centre but it may be climbed from near the YH
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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Eskatarriff in area Caha Mountains, Ireland
by eoin  23 Apr 2004 The summit of Eskatarriff is barely perceptible on the gently rising and falling ridge on the western end of the Cummeengeera Horseshoe walk above Rabach's Glen near Lauragh.There are a few stones on the bog to mark a point where some people have guessed the summit may be ... I'm not so sure.

The photo of the summit is undramatic rounded area in the centre of the photo at the top of the valley taken from Coomacloghane.
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