|Cnoc an Fhómhair|
|Elevation||267 m (876 ft)|
|Prominence||252 m (827 ft)|
|English translation||Hill of the autumn|
|Language of name||Irish|
|Mountain type||mudstone, siltstone, sandstone|
The 267-metre (876 ft) high hill stands around 5 km NE from Ballybunion. Its top hosts some broadcasting masts and a triangulation station. The hill is visible in the distance and the summit offers a good view on Shannon Estuary and a large part of Kerry's Atlantic coastline.
The English meaning of Cnoc an Fhómhair is hill of the autumn.
Access to the summit
Knockanore summit can be accessed by a very short walk from the nearest road.
- "North Kerry Area - Knockanore". MountainViews. Ordnance Survey Ireland. Retrieved 8 July 2015.
- "Cnoc an Fhómhair". Placenames Database of Ireland. Dublin City University. Retrieved 8 July 2015.
- Dennis Ford (25 March 2011). Eight Generations: the story of our family. p. 56. ISBN 9781450299039. Retrieved 8 July 2015.
- The Irish naturalist. Vol. 7–8. 1898. p. 66. Retrieved 8 July 2015.