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Backroad between Camp and Inch

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Backroad between Camp and Inch

Would anyone be able to clarify something for me? When you drive the backroad from Camp to Inch over the mountain ( not via Annascaul ), just as you start climbing, you will skirt a deep saucer like depression. My friend reckons this is called the Devil's Punchbowl but I think that is over nearer Killarney. Would anyone know what this geological entity is called?

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1. Re: Backroad between Camp and Inch

The Devils Punchbowl is def nearer to Killarney, it's close to Mangerton.

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2. Re: Backroad between Camp and Inch

I've been at the osi.ie map viewer and can't see to find the lake.

Edited: 01 September 2014, 19:46
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3. Re: Backroad between Camp and Inch

There's no lake Harvey, just a deep depression ( like a bowl or saucer)

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4. Re: Backroad between Camp and Inch

Oh, ok, the Devil's Punchbowl is definitely a lake.

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