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Moanlaur Mountain Móin Láir A name in Irish
(Ir. Móin Láir [TCCD], 'middle bog') Kerry County, in Arderin List, Conglomerate with metamorphic clasts Bedrock

Height: 566m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 71 Grid Reference: Q68964 04460 This summit has been logged as climbed by 35 members. Recently by: gallybander, markmjcampion, Colin Murphy, IncaHoots, chalky, conormcbandon, simoburn, Cobhclimber, frankmc04, denistreacy, Onzy, kimbogreen, omurchu, ahendroff, acorn
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Longitude: -9.916025, Latitude: 52.176796 , Easting: 68964, Northing: 104460 Prominence: 289m,   Isolation: 0.6km
ITM: 468959 604507,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Mnlr, 10 char: Moanlaur
Bedrock type: Conglomerate with metamorphic clasts, (Inch Conglomerate Formation)

This is the highest of a number of peaks on a ridge stretching NE from Inch.   Moanlaur is the 374th highest summit in Ireland.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Moanlaur in area Slieve Mish, Ireland
Picture: Summit cairn overlooking Dingle Bay
Relatively easy ascent from the east.
Short Summary created by Colin Murphy,  27 Nov 2014
Park at Q717 056 A, the highest point of the Aughils to Camp road, where there is room for 1/2 cars. Head directly west, the ground cover being knee-high heather for about 1km. The slope gradually increases and becomes quite steep at around 400m ascent. The heather disappears and the terrain is mostly grass and rock, and firm underfoot, (despite recent heavy rain) and after 1.5km you will reach the summit of Knockbrack at 459m, a longish summit area with the highest point, which is at the eastern end, being quite indistinct. Continue west passing some rocky outcrops at the western end of Knockbrack, and descend about 35m to a col before turning south west and making a gradual ascent of Moanlaur over 1km. The summit is marked by a cairn. 1.25 hours from car to summit. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/332/comment/5092/
About 600m SW of of Moanlaur there is another fla .. by simon3   (Show all for Moanlaur)
Perhaps you are resting between major days of cli .. by simon3   (Show all for Moanlaur)
Another photo from the ridge, this one about 1.2k .. by simon3   (Show all for Moanlaur)
Looking at the western Slieve Mish .. by wicklore   (Show all for Moanlaur)
From Lack Mountain I followed the fence, with its .. by three5four0   (Show all for Moanlaur)
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