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Silvermine Mountains

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Silvermine Mountains
Sliabh an Airgid
Keeper Hill
Highest point
PeakKeeper Hill
Elevation694 m (2,277 ft)
Coordinates52°47′N 8°15′W / 52.783°N 8.250°W / 52.783; -8.250
CountryRepublic of Ireland
Provinces of IrelandMunster

The Silvermine Mountains or Silvermines Mountains (Irish: Sliabh an Airgid)[1] are a mountain range in County Tipperary, Ireland. The highest peak of the range is Keeper Hill or Slievekimalta at 694 metres (2,277 ft) high. Traditionally, the mountains were deemed to be part of the Slieve Felim Mountains.[2][3]

The village of Silvermines is located to the north of the mountains and has been a mining centre since the 14th century.

There are three Special Areas of Conservation in the Silvermine Mountains, Silvermine Mountains,[4] Silvermine Mountains West[5] and Keeper Hill.[6]

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Slieve Felim Way

The Slieve Felim Way, a 43 kilometres (27 miles) long-distance trail through the Silvermine and Slieve Felim Mountains has a trail-head in the village of Silvermines. It is designated as a National Waymarked Trail by the National Trails Office of the Irish Sports Council and is managed by Shannon Development and Coillte.[7]


  1. ^ "Sliabh an Airgid/Silvermine Mountains".
  2. ^ Slieve Felim.
  3. ^ Tempan, Paul (2006). "Two Mountain Names: Slieve Felim and Mauherslieve". North Munster Antiquarian Journal, volume 6. pp.120-122
  4. ^ [1][permanent dead link]
  5. ^ [2][permanent dead link]
  6. ^ [3][permanent dead link]
  7. ^ National Trails Office 2010, p. 43.
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