ⓘ Slievecallan

                                     

ⓘ Slievecallan

Slievecallan or Slieve Callan, also historically called Mount Callan, is a mountain with a height of 391 metres in west County Clare, Ireland. It is the third highest mountain in the county. There is a small lake and two megalithic tombs on the south side, and traditionally the mountain was used for Lughnasa gatherings. In 2017, a wind farm with accompanying roads and substations was built on Slievecallan, despite opposition from locals and An Taisce.

                                     
  • headland of Spanish Point. The land rises in the east to the summit of Slievecallan The main settlement is the town of Milltown Malbay. The parish was once
  • Cronagort Stream, Lisdoonvarna to Doolin, south of the Burren Annagh River, Slievecallan to Spanish Point, partly border of the catholic parishes Kilmurry Ibrickane
  • poor uplands and its aspect is almost everywhere bleak and repulsive. Slievecallan on the western boundary, has an altitude of 1, 282 feet and some heights
  • poor uplands and its aspect is almost everywhere bleak and repulsive. Slievecallan on the western boundary, has an altitude of 1, 282 feet and some heights
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  • Mullaghareirk Mountains Mullaghmore Paps of Anu Purple Mountain including Purple Mountain Group Slieve Aughty Slievecallan Slievenamon Stack s Mountains
  • Mullaghareirk Mountains Mullaghmore Paps of Anu Purple Mountain including Purple Mountain Group Slieve Aughty Slievecallan Slievenamon Stack s Mountains
  • Mullaghareirk Mountains Mullaghmore Paps of Anu Purple Mountain including Purple Mountain Group Slieve Aughty Slievecallan Slievenamon Stack s Mountains
  • Mullaghareirk Mountains Mullaghmore Paps of Anu Purple Mountain including Purple Mountain Group Slieve Aughty Slievecallan Slievenamon Stack s Mountains