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Croagh Patrick Area , N: North Ridge Subarea
Feature count in area: 12, all in Mayo, OSI/LPS Maps: 30, 31, 37, 38, CBE, CBW, MSW
Highest Place: Croagh Patrick 764m

Starting Places (21) in area Croagh Patrick:
Balloor, Ben Goram Road, Bracklagh, Carrowmore Hill South, Carrowrevagh Lough, Cregganbaun, Keelkill North, Kilgeever Wood, Killeennimat Burial Ground, Kinknock, Laghta Eighter, Laghta Eighter Hill NE, Mayo MRT Post, Murrisk Fishermans Monument, National Famine Memorial, Old Head, Paddy's Place, Prospect Lough Road, Sruhaunpollanoughty, St Patricks Church, Western Way Skelp

Summits & other features in area Croagh Patrick:
N: North Ridge: Ben Goram 559m, Boheh Hill 219m, Croagh Patrick 764m, Crott Mountain 499.7m, Lugnademon 509.9m, Teevenacroaghy 485.9m
S: Owenmore: Carrowrevagh 210m, Knockakishaun 390m, Oughty Hill 333m
W: Louisburgh Hills: Balloor Hill 147m, Carrowmore Hill 171m, Kinknock Hill 173m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Teevenacroaghy, 485.9m Hill Taobh na Cruaiche A name in Irish,
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Ir. Taobh na Cruaiche [logainm.ie], 'side of the stack’, Crick Garru, Mayo County in Connacht province, in Carn Lists, Teevenacroaghy is the 611th highest place in Ireland.
Grid Reference L92151 80429, OS 1:50k mapsheet 31
Place visited by: 120 members, recently by: abeach, mountainmike, Oscar-mckinney, Carolyn105, Krzysztof_K, TommyMc, abcd, GerSomers, Taisce, chelman7, wallr, Ulsterpooka, marktrengove, Tifred, Tomaquinas
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -9.636107, Latitude: 53.762433, Easting: 92151, Northing: 280430, Prominence: 41.7m,  Isolation: 0.6km
ITM: 492124 780445
Bedrock type: Quartzite, psammite, basal conglomerate, (Cregganbaun Formation)
Notes on name: Teevenacroaghy is the name of a townland on the S side of the ridge which extends eastwards from the summit of Croagh Patrick. As the name is derived from the mountain landscape, it is also suitable as a name for this peak. The ‘stack’ referred to in the name is Croagh Patrick itself.
  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Tvncrg, 10 char: Tvncrghy

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Summary for Teevenacroaghy (Taobh na Cruaiche): A heathery ridge bump with good views.
Summary created by simon3 2024-05-17 12:08:46
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Picture: Teevenanacroaghy from Crott Mountain
Teevenacroaghy will always be in the shadow of its famous western companion, Croagh Patrick.
It is a heathery whale back around 200m long with the westmost end being marginally higher than to the east. It has great views and is an intermediate point if you are walking the ridge east of the Reek.
Unlike the much visited track up Croagh Patrick, it has very few visitors.
The quickest route up is from A (L91838 78134) or it can be reached from Murrisk at B (L91990 82162)
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            MountainViews.ie picture about Teevenacroaghy (<em>Taobh na Cruaiche</em>)
Picture: Teevanacroaghy to right in this pic from Crott Mountain
Updated A clear day on the Hill
by three5four0 Fri 17 May
Climbed Croagh Patrick East Top, Croagh Patrick Far East Top and Croagh Patrick on our way home from Dingle at Easter. It certainly was the best weather I have had for an ascent.

Stopped for a couple of Guinness in the recently renovated pub at the bottom, which was packed with sweaty walkers, much to the distress of a few tourists noses! Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/492/comment/6505/
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Picture: Achill from the south.
New Misty Achill.
by simon3 Fri 17 May
One May day this watery view opened towards Achill over Clew Bay.

To the left the twin humps of the two tops on Achillbeg Island. To the rear, Slievemore in the mist. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/492/comment/24207/
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Picture: Day flying moth
Common Heath
by paddyhillsbagger 15 May 2016
Bagged this top on a gloriously sunny day in May. Noticed some day flying moths on the slopes below the summit and managed to catch a snap. Turns out to be the Common Heath moth which is pretty much found all over Ireland on heaths and moorland. See http://moths.ie/index.php?menu=1952.php&a=1 for further details. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/492/comment/18524/
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Picture: A Wintery Reek
A day to remember
by eamonoc 3 Feb 2019
View west from Teevenaroaghy, Croagh Patrick looms large over Lugnademon Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/492/comment/20397/
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