| OSi Discovery 59|
| County Tipperary, Ireland|
Way marked from Doonane carpark through Ballyhourigan woods
Galty, Baurtregaum, Fauscoum, Mullaghanattin, Mushera
Keeper Hill or Slievekimalta or Sliabh Coimeálta (from Irish: Sliabh Coimeálta, meaning "mountain of guarding") is a 694 m (2,277 ft) mountain in the Silvermine Mountains of County Tipperary, Ireland.
Keeper Hill Wikipedia
The mountain is about 15 km east of Limerick City. Keeper Hill is the highest mountain in the Silvermines (and the wider Shannon area) and the 117th highest in Ireland.
There is a looped walk around the lower shoulders of Keeper Hill, to which the ‘hardy’ walker can add the ‘trek’ to the summit. This loop walk is part of the National Looped Walks and is marked using the standard purple National Looped Walk directional arrows.
On the slopes of Keeper Hill is a woodland of 3,300 hectares. The 300 hectare summit is blanket bog and Nardus grassland, considered of ecological importance. Keeper Hill is designated a Special Area of Conservation.