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Name:Staigue Top
Hill number:21308
Height:459m / 1506ft
Parent (Ma):20241  Eagles Hill [An Bhinn Riabhach]
RHB Section:50B: Iveragh Peninsula S
Hill area:Dunkerron Mountains
Class:400-499m hill, Carn
Grid ref:V594632 (est)
Col:382m  V591634  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 84

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1 users)ByDate of Ascent
fa, sunny, 15.7 km, 4hrs, solo, ridge walk from the road to cahardaniel via forest tracks, a re entrant to lough then esknaloughoge n top ( several small rises ), esknaloughoge, long heathery ridge to staigue n e top, staigue top, then down to a col and the kerry way, climbed steeply via stream bed, then left to brocken ground and heather slopes to summit, descended back to the kerry way via easier slopes and followed the kerry way to cahardaniel and the blind beggar pub.rum doodle 14/09/2011