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Name:Na Cnamha [The Bones Peak]
Hill number:20007
Height:956.5m / 3138ft
Parent (Ma):20001  Carrauntoohil [Corran Tuathail]
RHB Section:50C: Macgillycuddy's Reeks
Hill area:MacGillycuddy's Reeks
Class:Simm, Furth, Hewitt, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:V 80071 84683
Summit feature:grass-covered outcrop
Col:919.3m  V 8007 8455  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 78
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 148 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Carrauntoohil. Path hard to find from the col for a short scrambly section. Several guided groups coming the other way. On the return leg from Beenkeragh the path leads straight over the top. Then fades just before the col.ChrisR13/07/2019
My next summit after Corran. The toughest one, I as relieved to be over the top and safely down the other side.Alancache21/06/2018
east-west traverse of macgillycuddys reeks from cronins yard.robertphillips13/06/2017
From hydro car park a round of Skregmore tops, Knockbrinnea, Beenkeragh, Na Cnamha, Carrauntoohil and Caher tops.rhalstead28/04/2017
By Devils ladder to Carrauntoohill then on a bearing to find the Bones Peak. Clagged, wet and windy no place for a slip. Returned by Brother O Sheas gully which required concentration, and the path requires some down climbing rounding the Hags Tooth.kenmorti16/07/2016
from Cronin's Yard via Devil's Ladder and Carrauntoohill, careful scramble round main difficulties, return via Brother O'Shea's Gully. Rain and cloud most of day. partial views on descent. with KMniallp16/07/2016
Traverse of Macgillycuddy's Reeks from Cronin's Yard. 20km, +/-1700m, 9 hours.PGCE02/05/2016
Coomloughra Houseshoe 8 hours, dusting of snowDunlawyering29/04/2016
f/a, s/a from carrauntohil & cares tops, 3 in party, hot & sunny, 12.7km approx, round of the coomloughra horseshoe, parked at the new carpark, great day, only meet 2 people till carrauntoohil.rum doodle 06/04/2015
Big long high circuit that included the big gunFergalh14/07/2014
From Carrauntoohil, Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain Club took lower path. Thick mist. On Coomloughra horseshoe, heading to the Beenkaragh.alwaysinshorts27/05/2014
Hags Glen HorseshoePackmule02/05/2014
The Hagg' Glen Circuit 11 mountains in 12 Hours and 20 Mins In excellent sunny conditions degrees and light wind . 9.8 mile circuitSorina29/06/2013
with John Green, Oliver Bartrumdavidsbatty30/04/2013
completed as part of the EURO 48 challengemcallmar28/04/2011
CK (I think we did it) SheilaS09/05/2009
3rd of 3 peaks on Coomloughra Horseshoe. With Joel and BFD.Biffin11/10/2008
Irish munro haul - circuit from Meallisnordicstar27/05/2007
Solo.Dangerous Dave17/04/2006
Ascent with father completing the Coomloughra Horse Shoe.VirtualMountain21/06/2003
Ascent and circuit of Coomloughra Horseshoe from Ballycullane. Outstanding hike over Skregmore, East Top, Beenkeragh, Knockoughter, Corran Tuathail, Caher and West Top. Most of hike was clear, local thick clouds around the Corran Tuathail summit.mavero1001/08/2000
Knockoughter when I did it.tallscottishguy01/01/1997
Clockwise round of Macgillycuddy's Reeks. The Bones [Knockoughter] called Tooth in my Irvine Butterfield.Eddie26/10/1994
Part of a trip to cover all the Irish 3000'Rhayader_wander25/06/1994
from Carrauntoohil. Exhilerating arête with many exposed places. to Beenkeragh.arranc07/04/1994
Circuit from Breanleerjf3505/04/1993
Coomloughra Horseshoe from the west over Skregmore, East Top, Beenkeragh, Knockoughter, Corran Tuathail, Caher and Caher West Top.PeterD21/08/1991
With Dave, Nick, Danny.jim.r30/07/1991
Corran Tuathaill YH circuit RHW05/05/1990
Farm 1km above Corran Tuathail YH - Lough Cummeennapeasta - Cruach Mhor - The Big Gun - Cnoc na Peiste - Maolan Bui - Cnoc an Chuilinn - Cnoc na Toinne - Col (for Devil's Ladder into Hag's Glen) - Carrauntoohil - Caher - W Top of Caher - Back to Carrauntoohil - The Bones - Beenkeragh - Knockbrinnea - Hag's Glen - Farm above Youth Hostel. (PM)gerrybowes23/07/1987
Solo. From Carrauntoohil Youth Hostel. Macgillycuddy's Reeks. After following the ridge between Cruach Mhor and Cnoc an Toine and then on to Caher, a subsidiary top of Caher and Carrauntoohil. Scrambled along a rocky ridge to Knockoughter and Beenkeragh (3316'). The descent was by going towards Knockbrinnea and then down to Lough Gouragh to join the track to the Youth Hostel. Time: 7hr 50min. The weather was good. It was misty on and off on the summits.pwbellarby14/06/1987
JEB Uisdean2526/07/1984
On our traverse between Carrauntoohil (qv)and Beenkeragh (qqv).With Steve Barc. A most impressive ridge.pwheeler30/08/1979
After Carrauntoohil, this side ridge with two 3000'ers had to be done. Some awkward scrambling, then re-ascent back to Carrauntoohil to continue the traverse.Aye Jimmy10/08/1978
St Pedro23/09/2018
Sick Kid30/05/2017
Scott Morley 8615/04/2017
Steve Clark10/04/2017