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Slieve Mish Area
Place count in area: 17, OSI/LPS Maps: 71 
Highest place:
Baurtregaum, 851m
Maximum height for area: 851 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 643 metres,

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Cnoc na Stuaice Hill (Ir. Cnoc na Stuaice [TCCD], 'hill of the peak') Kerry County, in no lists, Aeolian sandstone Bedrock

Height: 483m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 71 Grid Reference: Q66632 02952
Place visited by 32 members. Recently by: liz50, peter1, hivisibility, Wildrover, ucampbell, David-Guenot, melohara, thomas_g, Wilderness, eamonoc, gallybander, markmjcampion, Mick_Kelleher, conormcbandon, scapania
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Longitude: -9.949753, Latitude: 52.162761 , Easting: 66632, Northing: 102952 Prominence: 28m,  Isolation: 1.3km
ITM: 466611 603007,   GPS IDs, 6 char: CncnSt, 10 char: CncnStc
Bedrock type: Aeolian sandstone, (Kilmurry Sandstone Formation)

This is the first peak on a ridge rising NE from Inch. Previously Emlagh in MV.   Cnoc na Stuaice is the 616th highest place in Ireland. Cnoc na Stuaice is the second most southerly summit and also the second most westerly in the Slieve Mish area.

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Last summit on a pleasant ridge .. by group   (Show all for Cnoc na Stuaice)
 
Emlagh lies at the west end of a small ridge of h .. by wicklore   (Show all for Cnoc na Stuaice)
 
This photo shows Emlagh from the east. It is not .. by wicklore   (Show all for Cnoc na Stuaice)
 
Grand Walk - Difficult fording at western end .. by ciarraioch   (Show all for Cnoc na Stuaice)
 
three5four0 on Cnoc na Stuaice, 2009
by three5four0  23 Sep 2009
Emlagh, the final hill of the traverse. The fine ridge out to the final summit from Beenduff, is perhaps the best section with the summit crowned with a cairn and a faint, if not shy path, running to its summit.. A fine place to relax for a while.

For the descent return along the ridge over PT471 to roughly 674035 F F, from here descend carefully to pick up a track at 674035 F F (near a small transmitter). Follow the track to the Dingle Way, turning right along the the Dingle Way and following it to back to the car. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/506/comment/4128/
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Getting Off Emlagh .. by CaptainVertigo   (Show all for Cnoc na Stuaice)
 
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