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  • Liste des montagnes d’Irlande, classée par provinces.
  • This is a list of mountains and mountain ranges in Ireland. It also includes landforms that are usually called hills. Those within Northern Ireland or on the border are marked with an asterisk (*), while the rest are within the Republic of Ireland. Mountain ranges are in bold.Thirteen peaks are classified by the Scottish Mountaineering Club as Furths i.e. mountains over 3,000 feet in the British Isles outside Scotland that are regarded as separate mountains. Ten of these are located in Macgillycuddy's Reeks in County Kerry.There is no universally agreed definition of "mountain", but a common yardstick in both Great Britain and Ireland is any summit at least 2,000 feet (or 610 metres) high. In addition, some definitions also include a topographical prominence requirement, typically 100 feet (30 m) or 500 feet (152 m).A number of lists are maintained by the Mountainviews.ie online Hillwalking community, using criteria developed by that community and others. These include; the Valdeleur-Lynams, a list of 269 mountains being of at least 600m in height with a prominence of at least 15m, and the Arderins; a list of 404 mountains of at least 500m in height with a prominence of at least 30m. These lists have been published in book form by Collins Press. Mountainviews.ie classifies a mountain as being above 500m, but also maintains a number of lists of hills below this threshold.
  • Le montagne dell'Irlanda sono organizzate in catene montuose che si sviluppano ad anello sulla costa, contornando le vaste midlands centrali, pianeggianti o dolcemente collinari. Sono cime piuttosto basse in altitudine complessiva, che tuttavia spesso spiccano in prominenza ergendosi a ridosso di territori spesso molto più bassi, se non pianeggianti o addirittura sul mare.Il monte più alto è il Carrantuohill (1.039 m), nel Kerry.Segue una lista delle montagne d'Irlanda. La lista si muove in modo circolare sull'isola, iniziando dal Kerry (sud-ovest) per la presenza delle cime più alte, e girando in senso anti-orario. Le contee di riferimento sono considerate in base alla parte di territorio che la catena montuosa occupa maggiormente. Le cime individuali sono marcate in corsivo.
  • Dies ist eine Liste von Gebirgen, Bergketten, einzelnen Bergen und nennenswerten Erhebungen in Irland. Die Auflistung beginnt in der Grafschaft County Kerry und wird geografisch gesehen entgegen dem Uhrzeigersinn fortgesetzt. Die Zuordnung der Berge zu den einzelnen Countys erfolgt je nachdem, in welchem County der größere Teil des Berges liegt. Einzelne Gipfel sind mit kursiver Schrift hervorgehoben.
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  • Liste des montagnes d’Irlande, classée par provinces.
  • Dies ist eine Liste von Gebirgen, Bergketten, einzelnen Bergen und nennenswerten Erhebungen in Irland. Die Auflistung beginnt in der Grafschaft County Kerry und wird geografisch gesehen entgegen dem Uhrzeigersinn fortgesetzt. Die Zuordnung der Berge zu den einzelnen Countys erfolgt je nachdem, in welchem County der größere Teil des Berges liegt. Einzelne Gipfel sind mit kursiver Schrift hervorgehoben.
  • This is a list of mountains and mountain ranges in Ireland. It also includes landforms that are usually called hills. Those within Northern Ireland or on the border are marked with an asterisk (*), while the rest are within the Republic of Ireland. Mountain ranges are in bold.Thirteen peaks are classified by the Scottish Mountaineering Club as Furths i.e. mountains over 3,000 feet in the British Isles outside Scotland that are regarded as separate mountains.
  • Le montagne dell'Irlanda sono organizzate in catene montuose che si sviluppano ad anello sulla costa, contornando le vaste midlands centrali, pianeggianti o dolcemente collinari. Sono cime piuttosto basse in altitudine complessiva, che tuttavia spesso spiccano in prominenza ergendosi a ridosso di territori spesso molto più bassi, se non pianeggianti o addirittura sul mare.Il monte più alto è il Carrantuohill (1.039 m), nel Kerry.Segue una lista delle montagne d'Irlanda.
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  • Liste des montagnes d'Irlande
  • List of mountains in Ireland
  • Liste von Bergen in Irland
  • Montagne dell'Irlanda
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