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Car·ran·tuo·hill

or Car·raun·too·hil  (kăr′ən-to͞o′əl)
The highest mountain of Ireland, rising to 1,041 m (3,415 ft) in the southwest part of the country in Macgillicuddy's Reeks.

Carrantuohill

(ˌkærənˈtuːl) or

Carrauntoohill

n
(Placename) a mountain in SW Republic of Ireland, in Macgillicuddy's Reeks in Kerry: the highest peak in Ireland. Height: 1041 m (3414 ft)
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Dr Catherine McMullin, from Killorglin, Co Kerry, got stuck in a marshy area of the Carrauntoohil.
The mountaineer, who was on a precarious ledge, and two others sparked a dramatic operation when they became trapped on Carrauntoohil in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, Co Kerry.
He climbed Pen-y-Fan, Ben Nevis, Snowdon, Scafell Pike, Carrauntoohil, Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro and then spent eight days ice-picking his way up Everest, for Cancer Research Wales and Cardiff's Velindre Hospital.
The peak's are: Snowdon, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Slieve Donard in the north and Carrauntoohil in the south of Ireland and the challenge begins on Thursday.
He climbed Pen y Fan, Ben Nevis, Snowdon, Scafell Pike, Carrauntoohil, Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro and then spent eight days ice-picking his way up Everest, for Cancer Research Wales and Cardiff's Velindre Hospital.
They took on Scafell Pike, Carrauntoohil, Ben Nevis, Mount Snowdon and finished at the top of Slieve Donard.
Staff at Birminghambased Unipart Technology Logistics raised pounds 20,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support after scaling the heights of Ben Nevis, Scaffel Pike, Mount Snowden, Carrauntoohil and Slieve Donard.
Tomorrow, Jeremy Dawson, Clare Wallace and James Reeswill attempt to climb Scafell Pike in the Lake District, before scaling Snowdon on Sunday and Carrauntoohil in County Kerry next Wednesday.
This area has a spectacular coastline of over 1,000km and has Ireland's highest mountain Carrauntoohil at 1,039m.
Dillon's photograph of the final summit of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain at 1,039 metres (3,414ft), looks a relatively easy ascent along the Coumloughra Horseshoe.
Volunteers spent over 12 hours putting up the cross on Carrauntoohil in Co Kerry, a week after it was ripped down by vandals.
If you compared it to Ireland for example, while you might expect an accident to happen on Carrauntoohil, you wouldn't expect one to happen on the Sugar Loaf.