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Knocknafallia (Cnoc na Faille) 668m (2191ft)

Classification: Arderin, Hewitt, Hump, Marilyn, Sim, Vandeleur-lynam.
OS Grid Ref: S090075 This data is currently only accurate to a 6 figure grid reference (c.a 100m).
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UK Area: 54 - Knockmealdown, Comeragh and Monavullagh Mountains (OS Maps 1:50k 74.)
Latitude: 52.219673, Longitude: -7.869038, Height: 668 metres (2191 feet)
Prominence: 152 metres (499 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0668.H (DoBIH Hill ID: 20131)

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Broemountain (Broe Mountain) (Breo) (430m, p123)
   Crohan West (Cruachan) (521m, p78)
   Knockmeal (Seisceann na Maoile) (560m, p58)
   Knocknafallia (Dillon GR) (667m, p3)
   Knocknagnauv (Cnoc na gCnamh) (655m, p62)
   Knocknanask (Cnoc na nEasc) (486m, p128)
   Knocknasheega (Cnoc na Sige) (430m, p52)
   Knocksculloge (Cnoc na Scolog) (432m, p58)

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  • '0668.H' S090075* Knocknafallia (Cnoc na Faille) (668m, p152)

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* The waypoint data in italics is only accurate to a 6 fig grid reference. Click here to learn how to help improve it.
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills