From Camolin Park to the east
|Elevation||420 m (1,380 ft) |
|Prominence||304 m (997 ft) |
|Location||Wexford, Republic of Ireland|
|Topo map||OSi Discovery 69|
|Easiest route||Askamore gap from north|
It is never called 'Slieveboy' by locals, but always its Irish form which is pronounced 'Shleeav Bwee'.
The mountain rises directly above the village of Ballyduff, midway between Carnew and Camolin. The mountain is, except for the area around the summit, completely covered in forest. There is a network of forest roads on the hill, and two communication masts on the summit.