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South Connemara Area
Place count in area: 14, OSI/LPS Maps: 44, 45 
Highest place:
Shannavara, 358m
Maximum height for area: 358 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 329 metres,

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Keeraunnageeragh Hill Caorán na gCaorach A name in Irish
(Ir. Caorán na gCaorach [logainm.ie], 'moor of the sheep') Galway County, in Binnion List, Psammitic pelitic & semi-pelitic schists Bedrock

Height: 305m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 45 Grid Reference: M05042 47462
Place visited by 19 members. Recently by: TommyV, bryanmccabe, Fergalh, eamonoc, dorchadha, chalky, tphase, fieldoptic, markwallace, FilHil, muschi, sandman, jossarm, taobear, Caithniadh
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Longitude: -9.430664, Latitude: 53.468835 , Easting: 105042, Northing: 247462 Prominence: 277m,  Isolation: 2.7km
ITM: 505012 747485,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Krngrg, 10 char: Krngrgh
Bedrock type: Psammitic pelitic & semi-pelitic schists, (Streamstown Schist Formation)

A cairn at the summit is named Carn Seefin on the old ½ inch map (from Carn Suí Finn, 'cairn of Fionn's seat'). This is probably the hill named Knock Siffingen, located between Galway Bay and L. Corrib, on Speed's map of Connaught (1610). Has been called Derroura.   Keeraunnageeragh is the 1141th highest place in Ireland. Keeraunnageeragh is the second most northerly summit in the South Connemara area.

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Coillte comes out tops! .. by group   (Show all for Keeraunnageeragh)
 
Coillte, Cairn and Copper .. by fieldoptic   (Show all for Keeraunnageeragh)
 
A quick summit slog
by moggy40  25 May 2011
Approached this from the Lake Shore on the Northern Side of the peak. The tracks showen on OS map 45 does not show the trails on this side correctly so would suggest using the map provided for the Derroura bike trail from Coillte.ie. Follow the tracks until you feel it appropriate to head on the mountain itself. From there the only way up crossing the bike trail on the way up. Going is tough with deep grass & heather. The top itself has a hugh cairn on the summit and the views heading west towards the Maamturks & Bens are great with the turks laid out in front of you. Well worth the effort in getting to the summit
An alternative approach could be from the N59 parking at the Derroura bike trail carpark. and following the bike trail. Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/953/comment/6359/
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