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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 Carn List, Cyclothemic sandstone, siltstone, coal Bedrock

Height: 428m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 26 Grid Reference: G90166 20114
Place visited by 88 members. Recently by: Aidy, finkey86, MichaelG55, BathQueen, Niamhq, bryanjbarry, magnumpig, jasonmc, FrankMc1964, TommyMc, wallr, ilenia, Gus, TommyV, Colin Murphy
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Longitude: -8.151197, Latitude: 54.130027 , Easting: 190166, Northing: 320114 Prominence: 137m,  Isolation: 0.6km
ITM: 590117 820120,   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 809th highest in Ireland.

Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/698/
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Heavily industrialised hill .. by group   (Show all for Seltannasaggart)
 
Climbed this mountain !! when seeking out the hig .. by Harry Goodman   (Show all for Seltannasaggart)
 
Windy hill .. by hazyview   (Show all for Seltannasaggart)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Seltannasaggart in area Arigna Mountains, Ireland
Picture: The tormented summit of Seltannasaggart
 
Tilting at windmills...and open cast mines
by Peter Walker  14 Jan 2013
Considering the summit area of Seltannasaggart seems to have all the geographical consistency of 'Brigadoon' I thought that some instructions for gaining this week's highest point might be in order. I deployed the previously mentioned start at (920191 F), and having used Mr Gribbon's book to locate the Roscommon high point I turned my attentions to the main summit. From the junction at (902197 G) follow the sign pointing to 'Moneenatieve Wind Farm: M20 - 25 1.5km ahead'. The gate mentioned by Gribbon seems to have gone but two metal posts either side of the track probably denote its former location. No matter: at the first junction encountered follow the sign for 'T6 - T8', and finally follow 'T6' at the next one: this can be translated as 'keep right at both of them'. From here a small cairn can be seen on the skyline on the right of the track (pimple just right of centre in the photo): keep going for a 100m or so and it's then very easy to walk up to it. This (for now) seems higher than all other surfaces nearby, although it's obviously an eminence of extracted earth rather than a natural part of the hill.

A hilltop that is simultaneously appallingly mutilated and horribly fascinating. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/698/comment/14903/
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Seltnasaggat, or Corry Mountain's, main claim to .. by murphysw   (Show all for Seltannasaggart)
 
Seltannasaggart is a ridge NW-SE. Just to the NW .. by simon3   (Show all for Seltannasaggart)
 
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