Carrantuohill

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Carrantuohill

(kă'rənto͞o`əl), mountain, 3,414 ft (1,041 m) high, Co. Kerry, SW Republic of Ireland, in Macgillicuddy's Reeks; highest peak in Ireland.
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daunting prospect Walkers hit trouble on snow-covered Carrauntoohil
Having already scaled Pen y fan, Ben Nevis, Snowdon, Scafell Pike, Carrauntoohil, Mont Blanc and Kilimanjaro, father-of-two Paul spent eight days ice-picking his way up Everest.
The trio, made up of Clare Wallace, aged 48, from Sheffield, and 28-year-old James Rees from Ely, Cambridgeshire, tamed Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in the Lake District, Mount Snowdon, in Wales, and Carrauntoohil, in Ireland.
Next on their list is Carrauntoohil - Ireland's highest peak - on Wednesday.
The team, made up of Allianz workers, will start their Four Peaks Challenge on Friday at 8am in Co Kerry climbing 970 metres up the formidable Carrauntoohil.
Patrick said he was humbled by the country's breath-taking landscape, which, he said, even eclipsed Co Kerry's Carrauntoohil, where he has a property.
They also intend to scale Carrauntoohil in County Kerry, Ireland, next month, and hope to reach Everest Base Camp in November.
Twenty Kerry Mountain rescue volunteers were called to pluck the man from Carrauntoohil as Storm Frank raged.
Dr Catherine McMullin, from Killorglin, Co Kerry, got stuck in a marshy area of the Carrauntoohil.
Volunteers spent over 12 hours putting up the cross on Carrauntoohil in Co Kerry, a week after it was ripped down by vandals.
Vandals used an angle-grinder to knock the 16-foot cross on the top of Carrauntoohil, Co Kerry, in the early hours of Saturday.