Breathtaking Ireland

Hiking Carrauntoohil in MacGillycuddy Reeks a historic treat

Carrauntoohil is the tallest point in Ireland at 1,039 meters or 3,414 feet above sea level. Located in County Kerry in southwestern Ireland, it offers a landscape dotted with relics from the past, such as standing stones, stone circles and burial grounds from the time of the Celts. Most are older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Egypt.



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Carrauntoohil is the tallest point in Ireland at 1,039 meters or 3,414 feet above sea level. Located in County Kerry in southwestern Ireland, it offers a landscape dotted with relics from the past, such as standing stones, stone circles and burial grounds from the time of the Celts. Most are older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Egypt.

KILARNEY, IRELAND — The MacGillycuddy Reeks is Ireland’s largest and highest mountain range. Stretching slightly more than 19 kilometers (12 miles), it includes the highest peaks…




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