Caherconree

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Fort, Caherconree Fort hike, Beheenagh, Lack Electoral Division, South and West Kerry, County Kerry, Munster, Ireland

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Description Caherconree

Caherconree (Irish: Cathair Conraoi) is a mountain on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. At 835 m (2,740 ft) high, it is the second-highest peak of the Slieve Mish Mountains and the 26th highest on the island of Ireland. It is named after an ancient stone promontory fort on its western shoulder, which features in Irish mythology. The fort is a protected National Monument.


== Geography ==
Caherconree is linked to Baurtregaum (851 m), to the east, by a narrow ridge. There are two dee

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