The Mountains of Ireland
Ireland's History in Maps

Ireland Topography - Mountains

Some of the Peaks of Ireland (on the map above)
Carrantuohill 3,414 ft. 1,039 m.
Mount Brandon 3,127 ft. 952 m.
Lugnaquilla 3,097 ft. 925 m.
Galtymore 3,018 ft. 919 m.
Slieve Donard 2,795 ft. 850 m.
Mullaghcleevaun 2,769 ft. 848 m.
Mangerton 2,749 ft. 838 m.
Mweelrea 2,687 ft. 819 m.
Nephin 2,648 ft. 807 m.
Mount Leinster 2,602 ft. 793 m.
Comeragh Mountains 2,589 ft. 789 m.
Croagh Patrick 2,503 ft. 763 m.
Kippure 2,467 ft. 752 m.
Errigal 2,467 ft. 752 m.
Seefin
(Monavullagh)
2,379 ft. 725 m.
Slieve Car 2,362 ft. 720 m.
Slievenamon 2,359 ft. 719 m.
Sawel 2,224 ft. 678 m.
Lavagh More 2,205 ft. 672 m.
Slievemore
(next to Croaghaun)
2,201 ft. 671 m.
Muckish 2,198 ft. 670 m.
Croaghaun 2,188 ft. 667 m.
Cuilcagh 2,182 ft. 665 m.
Truskmore 2,113 ft. 644 m.
Slieve Snaght
(Inishowen)
2,018 ft. 615 m.
Slieve League 1,972 ft. 601 m.
Slieve Anierin 1,923 ft. 586 m.
Trostan 1,804 ft. 550 m.
Knockalongy 1,782 ft. 543 m.
Arderin 1,729 ft. 527 m.

Carrantuohill is the highest mountain in Ireland. It is part of Macgillicuddy's Reeks, a rugged twelve-mile ridge which stretches along the southwest corner of the island, not far from the Atlantic shore.

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