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Name:Stradbally Mountain [Cnoc an tSraidbhaile]
Hill number:20036
Height:798m / 2618ft
Parent (Ma):20024  Beenoskee [Binn os Gaoith]
RHB Section:49B: Dingle Peninsula - East of Dingle
Hill area:Central Dingle
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Dillon, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:Q 58734 09147
Summit feature:cairn
Col:748m  Q585088  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 70
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Seemed to take me a while today, zig zags up the woods to start and so forth but well worth it for the view of the beach. As you rise, you lose the sound of the waves. Walked that beach on the Dingle Way a few years back and it is truly gorgeousnickywood116/05/2012
fa, with wife, clear but windy on the summits, 13.8 miles, from anscaul lough cp, the green lane to machaboe, across bog and up to binn an tuair, then an com ban summit, climbed up stony slopes to beenoskee and continued round to stradbally mountain with great views of the hanging corrie and lough. descended to bog then climbed up to reamore and its megalithic tomb and standing stones and the hidden whiskey bottle, descended past a small pond and contoured to the track and back to the car.rum doodle 04/09/2009
fine stony summit & wild coum (mist, sadly). circuit from forest entrance 605121 RHW07/06/2004
first of round of 3 with an inversion belowprwild26/05/1997
Barry Smith15/04/2015
Chris Pearson21/07/2008
Martin R03/09/2006