Bencorr from across Lough Inagh.
|Elevation||711 m (2,333 ft)|
|Location||Galway, Republic of Ireland|
|Topo map||OSi Discovery 37|
Bencorr (Irish: Binn Chorr, meaning "Pointed Peak") is a mountain in Galway, Ireland. With a height of 711 metres (2,333 ft) it is the second highest mountain in the Twelve Bens after Benbaun and the 101st highest summit in Ireland. It is the second highest mountain in Galway. Writer and cartographer Tim Robinson gave this mountain the alternative name of Binn an Choire Mhóir or peak of the big corrie.
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