Mountains of Pomeroy are a vast mountain range that runs west of the town of Pomeroy in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. The area around the mountain range is scenic, with a variety of moorland, forestry and rural farming. The mountain range is recalled in the ballad The Mountains of Pomeroy by Dr. George Sigerson, the Anthem of Tyrone GAA.
The last entry regarding the vast mountain range in County Tyrone is pure nonsense. The highest mountain in Ireland is a mere 3414 feet in height and the 'mountains' of Pomeroy refers to a hilly area in Tyrone which would not be too much different to the so called 'Dutch Mountains' in Maastricht. i.e. one single hill. Pomeroy is quite close to a small village called Carrickmore (An Charraig Mhór in the Irish language) . It is another hill and the name of the village means 'The Big Rock' .