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Ballyhoura Mountains Area
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Slievereagh Hill An Sliabh Riabhach A name in Irish
Limerick County, in Carn List, Conglomerate & purple sandstone Bedrock

Height: 464.5m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 73 Grid Reference: R72522 25226 This place has been logged as visited by 46 members. Recently by: DeltaP, eoghanm, mountainmike, paddyobpc, dillonkdy, PeakPaul, Condor, tommccarthy, MichaelE, jimbloomer, peter1, sandman, trekker, Cobhclimber, eamonoc
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Longitude: -8.404231, Latitude: 52.378355 , Easting: 172522, Northing: 125227 Prominence: 309.49m,  Isolation: 5.3km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 572477 625277,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Slvrgh, 10 char: Slvrgh
Bedrock type: Conglomerate & purple sandstone, (Slievenamuck Conglomerate Formation)

The Pinnacle appears to be the name of the summit. The mountain as a whole is known as Slievereagh.   Slievereagh is the 674th highest place in Ireland. Slievereagh is the second most northerly summit in the Ballyhoura Mountains area.

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Fine view of the Galtys and Ballyhouras .. by group   (Show all for Slievereagh)
Slievereagh stands alone to the north of the bulk .. by jackill   (Show all for Slievereagh)
the kings resting place .. by willfogarty   (Show all for Slievereagh)
The first bright of the morning sun glints rosy o .. by ahogan   (Show all for Slievereagh)
Enjoyable climb at Ballyhoura .. by cgrif   (Show all for Slievereagh)
Ballyhoura Eastern Sentinel
by Geo  19 Aug 2013
A quick evening bag for me.Took a convoluted winding road out of Garryspillane, found myself in Glenbrohane, and took a moment to decide on my options. I saw the way-marked trail go westwards from the road by the church, but thought that since I was OS Discovery-less I would keep the mountain on my right hand side and try and find Mr jackill's forest start. Luckily I had my GPS and that confirmed I was in the right place when I got to R7177523247 D. My return confirmed the simplest way to here is to leave the R513 in Ballylanders, going west at the statue to a lady in a long gown!
Anyway the forest entrance is about 5km on this road and can be identified by two brown information signs for "Ballintubber Ringfort" and the"Lazy Dog" Shooting ground (Yee-ha! I had a shiver down my spine at the thought of good ol' southern boys in pick-ups brandishing weapons!) Anyway it was 6 in the evening but the barrier was open and I thought I would be brave and chance driving up as far as I could or until challenged. I took the 1st left as per per instructions but this brought me to a dead end so I turned round and went back to the junction and went on straight instead, then I took the next right, left and right again. This last turn is just below the masts about 600-700m and if like me you drive up, leave your car here and walk the last bit as the road deteriorates and you could damage a low-slung vehicle (bring your pick-up, yee-ha!).
Trig is up behind the mast compound, about 3km from the barrier at the tarred road and there are stupendous views of Limerick, Cork, Tipp, and further afield, just be careful of the Shootin' ! Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/563/comment/15083/
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