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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.


(ˌkærənˈtuːl) or


(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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l MICK GALWEY participated in last Friday's Caps to the Summit charity event on Carrauntoohill, along with over 20 other former Ireland internationals.
The climb starts on Friday in County Kerry on the highest peak in Ireland, Carrauntoohill (3,414ft).
Further south, rock climber John Hussey, from Killarney, Co Kerry, tackled Carrauntoohill.