This landscape is from the Moll’s Gap lookout. The ridge’s namesake is Moll Kissane, a woman who sold homemade whiskey from her sibin (small pub) during the 1820’s. From here, N71 travels through rough terrain. Along the way are outstanding views of Carrauntoohil, the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks range tallest mountain. It is also Ireland’s highest peak at 3,400 feet. This valley leads to the lake region of the Iveragh Peninsula.