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Bruach na Binne
View over the Bridia Valley - - 451316.jpg
Bridia Valley, with Broaghnabinnia on the left
Highest point
Elevation745 m (2,444 ft) [1]
Prominence290 m (950 ft) [1]
ListingMarilyn, Hewitt
Coordinates51°58′19.2″N 9°44′38.4″W / 51.972000°N 9.744000°W / 51.972000; -9.744000Coordinates: 51°58′19.2″N 9°44′38.4″W / 51.972000°N 9.744000°W / 51.972000; -9.744000
English translationVerge of the peak
Language of nameIrish
Broaghnabinnia is located in Ireland
Parent rangeDunkerron Mountains (Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula)
OSI/OSNI gridV801814
Easiest routescrambling

Broaghnabinnia (Irish: Bruach na Binne, meaning "verge of the peak"[2]) is a summit of the Dunkerron Mountains, part of the Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula[3] in County Kerry, Ireland.


The mountain lies northeast of Stumpa Dúloigh, the highest mountain of the Dunkerron range. With an elevation of 745 metres it is the 80st highest summit in Ireland.

Access to the summit[edit]

Broaghnabinnia summit can be accessed scrambling, and is steep on all sides.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Dunkerron Mountains Area / Broaghnabinnia". MountainViews. Ordnance Survey Ireland. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Paul Tempan. "Irish Hill and Mountain Names" (PDF). Mountaineering Ireland. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
  3. ^ "Hills and Mountains of Britain and Ireland - Ireland : Iveragh Peninsula". Saturday Walkers Club. Retrieved June 9, 2015.[permanent dead link]

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