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Shehy/Knockboy Area
Place count in area: 62, OSI/LPS Maps: 78, 79, 85, 86, 88, 89 
Highest place:
Knockboy, 706m
Maximum height for area: 706 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 685 metres,

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Foilastookeen Mountain Faill an Stuaicín A name in Irish
also Conigar East Top an extra name in English
Ir. Faill an Stuaicín [OSi], ‘cliff of the pinnacle’ Cork County in Munster Province, in Arderin Beg List, Purple & green sandstone & siltstone Bedrock

Height: 540m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 85 Grid Reference: W07800 64100
Place visited by 49 members. Recently by: MichaelG55, LorraineG60, kitchen, bjgie, GerSomers, Fergalh, Martinpeak, conorb, David-Guenot, Lauranna, learykid, john_desmond, millsd1, FrankMc1964, eamonoc
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Longitude: -9.337904, Latitude: 51.822103 , Easting: 107800, Northing: 64100 Prominence: 20m,  Isolation: 1.2km
ITM: 507770 564164,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Flstkn, 10 char: Flstkn
Bedrock type: Purple & green sandstone & siltstone, (Caha Mountain Formation)

This peak overlooks Guagán Barra / Gougane Barra from the south.   Faill an Stuaicín is the 443rd highest place in Ireland.

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Gougane Barra Walk .. by davsheen   (Show all for Faill an Stuaicín)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Faill an Stuaicín in area Shehy/Knockboy, Ireland
Picture: The fence to Foilastookeen
 
A new summit in the heart of the Shehys
by madfrankie  22 Jun 2015
Parked at a a double gate at W054 647 A, just north of Gowlane Bridge on the road west of Conigar in the Borlin Valley (space for a single car). Hopping the gate, a farm track pointed the way uphill for a short distance. I aimed for the left of a low band of cliff on the horizon. A handy fence provided a guide over Conigar’s NE shoulder. Descending on the other side, I passed tiny Lough Glas, and continuing alongside a fence, passing the even smaller (and curiously named) Lough Namrat. At this point I realised there were trail markers for a track running alongside the fence - the Beara Breifne Way - as a small sign later indicated. And several hundred metres ahead I could see another walker crossing the summit of Foilastookeen.
It wasn't too difficult a climb to the summit - a broad area of heather and rocky outcrops. And grand views, especially north where steep cliffs drop down to Gougane Barra.
Returned by the same route, ascending back over the shoulder of Conigar and made the easy descent back to the car in about 2 hours. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1448/comment/18159/
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