What Is the Tallest Mountain in Ireland?

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Carrauntoohil or Carrantuohill at 1,038 metres is the tallest mountain in the Republic of Ireland and the island as a whole. The second tallest mountain on the Island is Beenkeragh.
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The highest point in Ireland is Carrauntoohil: 3,415 ft (1,041 m)
Lowest Point: Atlantic Ocean, 0 ft (0 m)
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The tallest mountain is Ireland is called the Carrantouhill Mountain and is also the highest point in the country. The Mountain is 1038 metres high, which translates to about 1040.5 metres and is located in the county of Kerry.
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