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Central Dingle Area   Cen: Annascaul Lake West Subarea
Place count in area: 25, OSI/LPS Maps: 70, 71, 78 
Highest place:
Beenoskee, 826m
Maximum height for area: 826 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 491 metres,

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Cnoc na Bánóige North Top Hill Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh) A name in Irish For origin of name, see Cnoc na Bánóige. Kerry County in Munster Province, in Carn List, Purple cross-bedded sandstone Bedrock

Height: 447.6m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 70 Grid Reference: Q55089 06060
Place visited by 54 members. Recently by: peter1, mh400nt, Sleibhte21, Bunsen7, annem, jlk, osullivanm, JohnAshton, jackos, Fergalh, marcel, ColinCallanan, mountainmike, strangeweaver, chalky
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Longitude: -10.119638, Latitude: 52.187773 , Easting: 55090, Northing: 106061 Prominence: 51.74m,  Isolation: 1.3km
ITM: 455071 606115,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Cnc448, 10 char: CncnBánógN
Bedrock type: Purple cross-bedded sandstone, (Cappagh Sandstone Formation)

This hill is a small rise on the plateau east of Commanare Lakes. Previously Banoge North N Top in MV.   Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh) is the 741st highest place in Ireland.

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Its the low shadowed hill to the right of the big .. by group   (Show all for Cnoc na Bánóige North Top (Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh)))
 
Low, easily reached, with good views. .. by simon3   (Show all for Cnoc na Bánóige North Top (Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh)))
 
See Beenbo for the last section of this walk. Cn .. by three5four0   (Show all for Cnoc na Bánóige North Top (Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh)))
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Cnoc na Bánóige North Top (<i>Cnoc na Bánóige (mullach thuaidh)</i>) in area Central Dingle, Ireland
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A nice rest stop but better views from lower bump to the east
by Bunsen7  19 Apr 2022
This entire area is very damp after rain. This low hill offers short respite. One route which takes in this top starts at Anascaul Lake, crosses the ridge Cnoc Mhaoilionain and An Banoig Thuaidh before descending northward and taking in this top before heading east back to the track which winds back down to the lake.

Anecdotally, it probably hasn't been the driest April on record in the area but without a pair of wellies you're unlikely to get back to the car with dry socks. Be sure to keep a change of footwear at the car if planning to walk around this plateau!

Ironically I found that point 383 to the east is better positioned for capturing the view northward to Glenahoo. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/634/comment/23484/
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