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Stacks Mountains Area
Place count in area: 1, OSI/LPS Maps: 71 
Highest place:
Crusline, 355m
Maximum height for area: 355 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 133 metres,

Places in area Stacks Mountains:
Crusline 355m

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Crusline Hill Kerry County in Munster Province, in Binnion List, Shale & sandstone Bedrock

Height: 355m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 71 Grid Reference: Q89720 18930
Place visited by 14 members. Recently by: TommyV, ciarraioch, Bunsen7, wicklore, sandman, pdtempan, jackill, eamonoc, conormcbandon, markmjcampion, chalky, Fergalh, Conor74, gallybander
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Longitude: -9.617801, Latitude: 52.311186 , Easting: 89720, Northing: 118930 Prominence: 133m,  Isolation: 14.4km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 489688 618959,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Crsln, 10 char: Crusline
Bedrock type: Shale & sandstone, (Namurian (undifferentiated))

Crusline is the highest hill in the Stacks Mountains area and the 1042th highest in Ireland.

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The Highest Point in the Stack's Mountains .. by group   (Show all for Crusline)
 
Easy jaunt - but where's the summit? .. by Conor74   (Show all for Crusline)
 
Probably best MV Summit in the Stack's Mtns .. by Bunsen7   (Show all for Crusline)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Crusline in area Stacks Mountains, Ireland
Picture: If only I could find a wind turbine!
 
Epic fail!
by TommyV  5 Jul 2019
As mentioned by Bunsen7, the entrance to the windfarm is the best way to access this hill. Note that there are signs saying no unauthorized access but isn't that always the way. I did come across two white vans but the wind turbine technicians are too focused on servicing the turbines to worry about one little trespasser. The road through the windfarm leads you away from the summit at first but doubles back until it ends at a small bog track. Follow this onto the hill keeping the tree line on your left. I went into the thick trees a number of times trying to locate the trig based on my GPS but I just could not find it, I spent 15 minutes in a terrible thicket but no joy. My search brought me out on the South side of the treeline and I decided it was a shorter route back to the car if I simply follow the treeline instead of going back through the windfarm. To be clear, I have made some bad decisions out hiking before but this was probably my worst. The ground wasn't great to begin with but it got progressivly worse until I was surrounded by furs and briers for the best part of a kilometer. If you would like to get ripped to shreds then this is the route for you, if not just go back via the windfarm. 'Bunsen7 I hope that trig is not photoshopped :) Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1093/comment/20469/
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