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Name:An Bheann Mhor [Derry Hill]
Hill number:20472
Height:308m / 1010ft
RHB Section:50B: Iveragh Peninsula S
Hill area:Dunkerron Mountains
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Binnion
Grid ref:V655646 (est)
Col:128m  V635651  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 83 84

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 3 users)ByDate of Ascent
Felt tougher than it should have, parked after bend on road at forest entrance, used forest rides to walk along to attain ridge and used fenceline to top, but very tussocky. Go when you have energy!nickywood113/05/2017
fa, with wife, windy and wet, 14.5 km in total, a day picking off a few tops in the bad weather, first knockanaskill, then round to knocknagullion ascending from the forest to top 405 then summit, then an bhianin mor, forest track to t.station, then ridge by fence with benching to avoid, rough ground in general, returned back to car same way.rum doodle 11/09/2011