The Macgillycuddy Reeks ( Na Cruacha Dubha - " the black stacks " )
are mountains in County Kerry in the SW of Ireland.
Stretching slightly over 19 km ( 12 miles ) the range includes the highest peaks in Ireland
and the only peaks over 1,000 metres ( 3,300ft ).
The highest of these is Carrauntoohil / Corrán Tuathail ( 1038m )
followed by Beenkeragh / Binn Chaorach ( 1010m ) and Caher / Cathair na Féinne ( 1001m ).