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Knockmealdown Mountains Area , E: East Knockmealdowns Subarea
Feature count in area: 17, by county: Tipperary: 11, Waterford: 11, of which 5 are in both Tipperary and Waterford, OSI/LPS Maps: 74, 82, EW-K
Highest Place: Knockmealdown 792.4m

Starting Places (16) in area Knockmealdown Mountains:
Bay Lough CP, Bay Lough Hairpin, Clogheen South, Crow Hill, Kilballyboy Wood, Kingston Bridge, Knockadullaun, Knockeenanooneen, Knockmeal Mountain Road, Knocksculloge, Liam Lynch Trailhead, Mount Melleray Abbey, R669 Rough Glen River, Spital-Land, Sugar Loaf Horseshoe Viewing Point, The Vee

Summits & other features in area Knockmealdown Mountains:
Cen: Central Knockmealdowns: Crohan West 521m, Knockmeal 559.5m, Knockmealdown 792.4m, Knockmoylan 767.1m, Knocknafallia 666.5m, Knocknagnauv 655.1m, Sugarloaf Hill 662.7m
E: East Knockmealdowns: Broemountain 430.4m, Knocknanask 486m, Knocknasheega 430.4m, Knocksculloge 432.6m
S: Araglin: Knockadullaun 352.2m
W: West Knockmealdowns: Crow Hill 516.8m, Farbreaga 518m, Knocknalougha 629m, Knocknalougha South Top 518.6m, Knockshanahullion 653.3m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Knocknanask, 486m Hill Cnoc na nEasc A name in Irish,
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(Ir. Cnoc na nEasc [OSI], 'hill of the quagmires'), Waterford County in Munster province, in Carn Lists, Knocknanask is the 609th highest place in Ireland.
Grid Reference S11655 07212, OS 1:50k mapsheet 74
Place visited by: 55 members, recently by: annem, abcd, nickywood, LiamG1951, TippHiker, sarahryanowen, Colin Murphy, chelman7, mlmoroneybb, conorjob, Liamob, John.geary, conormcbandon, Wildrover, MountainHunter
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Longitude: -7.830258, Latitude: 52.216892, Easting: 211655, Northing: 107212, Prominence: 131m,  Isolation: 1.3km
ITM: 611599 607250
Bedrock type: Medium grained pink-purple sandstone, (Knockmealdown Sandstone Formation)
Notes on name: The word easc has a number of meanings according to Dinneen, including a marsh or quagmire; a narrow glen between rocks; a stream.
  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Knc486, 10 char: Kncknnsk

Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/496/
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Summary for Knocknanask (Cnoc na nEasc): Rough track before rough ground
Summary created by jackill 2015-03-23 13:39:59
            MountainViews.ie picture about Knocknanask (<em>Cnoc na nEasc</em>)
Picture: As seen from Knocksculloge
Park on the side of the Mellary to Newcastle road just after you cross the border to Tipperary and past a now roofless constabulary barracks. There is room here for 5-6 cars.
Cross the road, down an embankment, over a rusty gate and follow the track toward. Knocknasculloge.
At a right angle corner on the track , near a forest edge A (S11780 07951) , cross a wire fence.
Walk uphill about 100 meters to the summit over very rough ground. The summit is covered with old turf cutting banks.
Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/496/comment/5255/
Member Comments for Knocknanask (Cnoc na nEasc)

            MountainViews.ie picture about Knocknanask (<em>Cnoc na nEasc</em>)
Picture: Summit markers.
Approach from adjoining hill.
by Colin Murphy 20 Sep 2021
Having just bagged Knocksculloge, I headed NW, following a substantial track all the way down to A (S11780 07951), where the track forks sharply. I turned left for 100m until I reached a rusty gate. Crossed this to follow a track along the edge of the forestry for another 100m, leading to another track. Walked SE for a bit along this until I found a spot where I could ascend the steep bank and then proceeded directly south for about 500m to reach summit. The final part of this was rough going, over knee-deep heather and uneven ground. The summit is (almost) marked by a pile of stones, but a single pointy rock a few metres away marks the actual high point. This was the last summit in a day's hillwalking of what I named after the Motown group, The Four Tops...Knocknasheega, Broemountain, Knocksuclloge and Knocknanask. I started the first two at B (S131 065) and the second pair a short distance away at C (S128 065). FYI did all four in just over 4 hours. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/496/comment/23284/
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            MountainViews.ie picture about Knocknanask (<em>Cnoc na nEasc</em>)
Picture: The Eastern Knockmealdowns from Knocknanask
jackill on Knocknanask
by jackill 10 Jul 2007
With the introduction of the 400 meter list new opportunities presented themselves in the four peaks at the far eastern end of the Knockmealdowns. I parked the car at D (S11184 08337) and headed over a rusty gate and followed the track to Knocknasculloge. I retraced my steps back as far as A (S11780 07951) and climed the 100 meters to the summit over very rough ground. The summit is covered with old turf cutting banks.
The view back towards the higher peaks and over to the Comeraghs and Slievenamon is worth the little effort needed to climb Knocknanask .
I am sure my photo taken on a damp Sunday does not do it justice.
From left to right Knocknafallia, Knocknagnauv, Knockmeal, and Crohan West Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/496/comment/2767/
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