List of Hewitts in Ireland


List of Hewitts in Ireland

Hewitts are hills in England, Wales and Ireland that are at least 2,000 feet high with a relative height of at least 30 m. This list was compiled by Alan Dawson and originally published in "The Relative Hills of Britain"] under the name "Sweats". The list was subsequently renamed "Hewitts", updated, and published in "The Hewitts and Marilyns of Wales". [cite book | title=The Hewitts and Marilyns of Wales | last=Dawson | first=Alan | url=http://bubl.ac.uk/org/tacit/tables/wales/ | id=ISBN 0-9522680-6-X | publisher=TACit Press | location=Cambuskenneth, Stirling | year=1997]

This list concerns the Hewitts in the Republic of Ireland.

*Benbaun
*Camaderry
*Carrauntoohil
*Cnoc na Péiste
*Croagh Patrick
*Croghan Mountain
*Devilsmother
*Djouce
*Galtymore
*Hungry Hill
*Kippure
*Knockboy
*Knockmealdown
*Knockmealdown Mountains
*Lugnaquilla
*Mangerton Mountain
*Maulin
*Mount Brandon
*Mount Errigal
*Mount Leinster
*Muckish
*Mullaghanish
*Mullaghcleevaun
*Mweelrea
*Nephin
*Slievemore
*Slievenamon
*Sugarloaf Hill (Knockmealdowns)
*Tonelagee
*White Hill, Ireland

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