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Name:Sliabh an Iolair [Mount Eagle]
Hill number:20264
Height:516m / 1693ft
RHB Section:49A: Dingle Peninsula - West of Dingle
Hill area:Dingle West
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Arderin, Myrddyn Dewey
Grid ref:V 33468 98957
Summit feature:no feature ground 10m north of trig point
Col:58m  Q370019  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 70
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
From road-end to East. Old track, then scrub to open ground.PGCE01/05/2016
Followed track from Q329011 but it appeared to wiggle around a lot. Abandoned it on the descent which was a mistake.jimbloomer20/09/2012
Parked at Q011330 where there is room for 3 or 4 cars.Follow the broad track almost to the summit, then follow the trail to the Summitkingstonian10/06/2011
From Ballincota, a not obvious start, but a good way up the E ridge; it looked like most people came up from the N- the track runnable for non-trail runners even. I went down the SW ridge, narrow but easy in places, sea on both sides. More than anywhere, it gave the impression of water all around and very much being on the far W edge of the British Isles. Returned to Ballincota on Dingle Way, full of archaeological interest. I then visited Dunmore Head. A wonderful day in the sunshine and the breeze left me wishing I was staying in The Dingle for longer.pwheeler20/05/2011
sa, 8 in party, sunny but windy, a circuit of the hill from entry harbour car park and back via the dingle wayrum doodle 24/04/2011
fa, with wife, warm and sunny, 9 miles fromkilourrihy followed lane way up past lough and then switchback track up onto the mtn, this stopped just before the summit, windy on top, followed a ridge down to the dingle way and followed this back via the bee hive huts.rum doodle 02/09/2009
A detour on the Dingle Waynickywood108/05/2006
jim parry27/07/1999
David Purchase25/06/1998
John Kleiser04/04/1997