|Croghan Kinsella Mountain|
|Cruachán Uí Chinnsealaigh|
Croghan from the southeast
|Elevation||606 m (1,988 ft) |
|Prominence||334 m (1,096 ft) |
|Location||Wicklow/Wexford border, Republic of Ireland|
|Parent range||Wicklow Mountains|
|Topo map||OSi Discovery 62|
Croghan Kinsella (Irish: Cruachán Uí Chinnsealaigh, meaning "little stack of the Kinsella family") is a mountain in the Wicklow Mountains, on the Wicklow/Wexford border. The Wexford 'River Bann' rises from its southern slopes.
The term "Croghan," proper, is a distinct, older term, and name, meaning "Red-Son," or "Red-Man."
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