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Name:Cnoc na Banoige N Top [Banoge North Top]
Hill number:21335
Height:445m / 1460ft
Parent (Ma):20174  Cnoc na Banoige [An Bhanog Thuaidhe] [Banoge North]
RHB Section:49B: Dingle Peninsula - East of Dingle
Hill area:Central Dingle
Class:400-499m hill, Carn
Grid ref:Q551061 (est)
Col:395m  Q550057  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 70

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 3 users)ByDate of Ascent
fa, with wife, 10.9 miles, clear and breezy, followed anascauls walking club route from anascaul lough cp and steeply up hill and again up a rib to the summit of croc mhaoilionain, good views, continued onto an bhanog thuaidh and down to windy gap, crossed the bog to slievenagowed, crossing an unmarked track on the way, and then to bend summit, a fine small summit. descended into the bog and out to PT445 top, north croc mhaoilionain and descended down to the track and back to the car park.rum doodle 05/09/2009