Lyracappul

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Lyracappul
Ladhar an Chapaill
Wall and Summit - geograph.org.uk - 1031562.jpg
The wall on the summit
Highest point
Elevation825 m (2,707 ft)
Prominence100 m (330 ft)
ListingHewitt, Marilyn
Coordinates52°21′38″N 8°13′38″W / 52.360427°N 8.227342°W / 52.360427; -8.227342
Naming
English translationfork/confluence of the horse
Language of nameIrish
Geography
Lyracappul is located in island of Ireland
Lyracappul
Lyracappul
Location in Ireland
LocationCounty Limerick,
Ireland
Parent rangeGaltee Mountains
OSI/OSNI gridR878238
Topo mapOSi Discovery 74

Lyracappul (Irish: Ladhar an Chapaill, meaning "fork/confluence of the horse") is a mountain in Limerick in Ireland. With a height of 825 metres (2,707 ft) it is the second highest of the Galtee Mountains and the 29th highest peak in Ireland. Lyracappul is also the second highest point in County Limerick. The mountain has a steep southern slope.

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