This image of Carrauntoohil (Corrán Tuathail) was made from the Hag's Glen by the banks of the Gaddagh River which flows from Lough Gouragh and Lough Caillí.
The hill rising to the right is Knockbrinnea (Cnoc Broinne), and the promintory jutting from its slope is the Hag's Tooth (Stumpa an tSaimh).
The route through the Hag's Glen is the most popular access route for climbing Carrauntoohil, with several possible routes opening up. The Devil's Ladder is the most heavily used of these, rising from the southern wall of the Glen to the ridge between Carrauntoohil itself and Cnoc na Toinne - just out of frame to the left.
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