Knocknarea (/nɒknəˈreɪ/; Irish: Cnoc na Riabh) is a large hill west of Sligo town in County Sligo, Ireland.
The 327-metre (1,073 ft) high limestone hill is visually striking, as it is monolithic in appearance and stands in a prominent position on the Cúil Irra peninsula between the bays of Sligo and Ballysadare. At the summit is a large mound (or cairn) of loose stones. Although it has not been excavated, it is believed to conceal a Neolithic passage tomb.
There's a trail leading to the summit. Knocknarea is one of the 1 peaks along the Knocknarea trail.
By elevation Knocknarea is
# 23 out of 37 in County Sligo
By prominence Knocknarea is
# 4 out of 37 in County Sligo # 95 out of 2365 in Ireland
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