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Dunkerron Mountains Area
Place count in area: 65, OSI/LPS Maps: 78, 83, 84, 85 
Highest place:
Stumpa Dúloigh, 784m
Maximum height for area: 784 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 528 metres,

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Esknaloughoge Hill Eisc na Leathóg A name in Irish
Ir. Eisc na Leathóg [logainm.ie], 'ravine of the [obscure element]’ Kerry County in Munster Province, in Carn List, Purple mudstone & siltstone Bedrock

Height: 416m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 84 Grid Reference: V62130 65484
Place visited by 21 members. Recently by: Fergalh, jlk, Deise-Man, ciarraioch, PeakPaul, IainT, melohara, Wilderness, Aritz, markmjcampion, shaunkelly, ahendroff, simoburn, GSheehy, dmc
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Longitude: -10.000442, Latitude: 51.825138 , Easting: 62130, Northing: 65484 Prominence: 48m,  Isolation: 0.4km
ITM: 462110 565547,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Esknlg, 10 char: Esknlghg
Bedrock type: Purple mudstone & siltstone, (Valentia Slate Formation)

Ó Cíobháin suggests that the element leathóg may mean 'flat place' [TH]. On the basis of the anglicisation Esknaloughoge, John O'Donovan interpreted the name as Eisc na Luchóg, 'ravine of the mice'.   Eisc na Leathóg is the 867th highest place in Ireland.

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Good parking available Oct 2016 at V 63582 65203
by melohara  17 Oct 2016
Good parking available Oct 2016 at V 63582 65203 A
Followed Kerry Way until it emerged from wood at 62811 65060 B where a rough track ascended NW towards Esknaloughoge.
Track descends into pool at one point and you may have to negotiate it very carefully to avoid wet feet.
Very steep ground between Esknaloughoge and Lough Sallagh which can be avoided by traversing east before heading north. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/756/comment/18660/
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Easy two Hills once you get to lake ! .. by Fergalh   (Show all for Esknaloughoge (Eisc na Leathóg))
 
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