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Name:An Cro Mor [Croaghmore (Great Blasket Island)]
Hill number:20483
Height:292m / 958ft
RHB Section:49A: Dingle Peninsula - West of Dingle
County/UA:Kerry
Hill area:Dingle West
Island:Great Blasket Island
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Binnion
(Ma,Hu,Bin)
Grid ref:V 24618 95809
Summit feature:rock near trig point
Drop:292m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 70
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 7 users)ByDate of Ascent
fa, 8 in party, hot and sunny, private hire boat to the island, lots of wales, seals, and dozens of basking sharks spotted, several coming right along side the boat. the bay was full of basking sharks which kept brushing the side of our dingy as we neared the shore, great day we were first on the island and had to our selves for nearly all of our walk out to the hill and back.rum doodle 27/04/2011
The Ferry departs from Dunquin Pier, a quite steep walk down, their times are very much weather dependent and transfer from the Ferry to Great Blasket Island is by RIB.kingstonian24/05/2010
helenwilliamson30/05/2016
mae08/09/2012
chalky195311/05/2008
AlanD23/08/1988
Colin Crawford20/06/1986