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Name:Cnoc Bolais [Tower Hill]
Hill number:20521
Height:252m / 827ft
RHB Section:51A: Beara Peninsula
Hill area:Slieve Miskish
Island:Dursey Island
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Binnion
Grid ref:V 47247 40373
Summit feature:rock
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 84
Observations:rock is 5m NW of trig point & between trig point & tower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
3rd of 6 today.PGCE06/05/2016
Not much to be seen on a misty wet morning but a good walk out and back and no queuing at the cable car.chalky195321/07/2014
Cable car followed by 'Mountain Route'. Went on to end of Island returning on the tarmac - highly recommended.jimbloomer17/09/2012
first ascent,2 in party, windy but sunny, first in several small hills for today. 12.4 km. caught the cable car to ursey island and followed the beara way around knockaree & poilwnnis to cnoc bolas, then out to the head land and back along the track. great views all along this walk.rum doodle 03/08/2010
On the Beara Way - sea looks a long way down from the cable car arrangement and we were glad not to share with a cow!!nickywood123/04/2007
David Purchase02/06/2004