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Caha Mountains

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Caha Mountains

Caha Mountains
Irish: An Ceachach
Highest point
Peak Hungry Hill
Elevation 685 m (2,247 ft)
Country Republic of Ireland
Provinces of Ireland Munster

The Caha Mountains (An Ceachach in Irish) are a range of low sandstone mountains situated on the Beara peninsula in south-west County Cork, in the Ireland. The highest peak is Hungry Hill, 685m tall.

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