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Blackstairs Mountains

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Blackstairs Mountains

The Blackstairs Mountains (Irish: Na Staighrí Dubha) run roughly north/south along the border between County Carlow and County Wexford in Ireland.

Highest Hills Height (m) Location
Mount Leinster 793 N|6.778|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Mount Leinster

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Blackstairs Mountain 735
Black Rock Mountain 599 N|6.7281|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Black Rock Mountain

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Knockroe 540 N|6.7919|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Knockroe

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Slievebawn 520 N|6.8096|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Slievebawn

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Carrigroe 495 N|6.8324|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Carrigroe

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Carrigalachan 463 N|6.8370|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Carrigalachan

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Croaghaun 455 N|6.7676|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Croaghaun (Blackstairs Mountains)

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Slievebaun 444 N|6.8005|W|region:IE-L_type:mountain name=Slievebaun

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