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Arigna Mountains Area
Place count in area: 4, OSI/LPS Maps: 25, 26 
Highest place:
Carrane Hill, 458m
Maximum height for area: 458 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 408 metres,

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Seltannasaggart Hill Sailtean na Sagart A name in Irish
also Corrie/Corry Mountain an extra name in English
(Ir. Sailtean na Sagart [PWJ], 'willow-plantation of the priests') Leitrim County in Connacht Province, in Carn List, Cyclothemic sandstone, siltstone, coal Bedrock

Height: 428m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 26 Grid Reference: G90166 20114
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Longitude: -8.151182, Latitude: 54.130054 , Easting: 190166, Northing: 320114 Prominence: 137m,  Isolation: 0.6km
ITM: 590118 820123,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Sltnsg, 10 char: Sltnsgrt
Bedrock type: Cyclothemic sandstone, siltstone, coal, (Lackagh Sandstone Formation)

Also known as Corrie/Corry Mountain. A point SE slopes of this summit is the highest point in Co. Roscommon (422m). Note, however, that the summit is in Co. Leitrim. Seltannasaggart or Corry Mountain is also the name of a townland in the parish of Inishmagrath. Corry appears to be from Ir. corrach, 'marsh or moor'.   Seltannasaggart is the second highest hill in the Arigna Mountains area and the 808th highest in Ireland.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Seltannasaggart (<i>Sailtean na Sagart</i>) in area Arigna Mountains, Ireland
Picture: Windfarms on Seltannasaggart.
 
simon3 on Seltannasaggart, 2009
by simon3  31 Jul 2009
One place to approach Seltannasaggart is from the road on the saddle at G 87439 21661 A. This route is some 3k over extremely mechanically damaged ground for the most part beside a forest. As you near the summit you can get an idea of the extent of the wind-farm there. As murphysw says it's not so easy to find a definite summit and you get a sense that the whole area has been and still is an industrial site. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/698/comment/3980/
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moving summits
by three5four0  13 Jul 2010
There is room for several cars, people carriers & mini buses to park at G922186 B, follow the road a short distance, turning left at G923186 C, and then onto the miners way at G919191 D. Follow this up hill, then take the track onto the open hillside at G908198 E, cross a large re entrant / mini gorge and walk towards the spot height and wind turbines.

Now, I get MV's grid ref for the highest point as being spot on, the map however puts it as G900201 F, that area has been clearly dug out, perhaps for another turbine and possibly with the spoil being dumped in the area of the true summit. As Harry Goodman has commented a GPS is recommended, and after all, the summit may shift around, giving the amount of work going on here!

Also, my GPS gave a reading of 432 metres at the summit, 4 metres higher than listed, spookily it looked to have been 4 metres that was dug out from the spot height area, marked on the map! Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/698/comment/5938/
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Picture: Windmills on Corrie Mountain
Highest point in Roscommon
by karlachameleon  19 Aug 2015
Climbed Corrie Mountain two weeks ago as part of a hike of the Miners Way. There are paved roads most of the way up. We came from the Drumkeerin side of the mountain and as there is a windfarm on the top of it, the climb is not too hard as there are rocky access roads to the summit. There is a great view over the Arigna valley from the top. The top is like other reviews said quite industrial due to the windfarm Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/698/comment/18259/
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