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|Cnoc na Péiste|
Cnoc na Péiste and part of Loch Coimín Piast are in the top left of the picture
|Elevation||988 m (3,241 ft)|
|Prominence||253 m (830 ft)|
|Translation||hill of the serpent (Irish)|
|Topo map||OSI Discovery 78|
Cnoc na Péiste—often anglicised as Knocknapeasta and more rarely given as Slievenapeesta or Cummeennapeasta—is a 988 m (3,241 ft) mountain peak in County Kerry, Ireland. It is part of the Macgillycuddy's Reeks range and is the fourth highest summit in Ireland—after Carrauntoohil, Beenkeragh and Caher; which are also part of the range. It is classed as a Furth by the Scottish Mountaineering Club, which is why it is also sometimes referred to as one of the Irish Munros.
Cnoc na Péiste is the highest point on a ridge heading east from Carrauntoohil towards Purple Mountain, from which it is separated by the Gap of Dunloe. To the southwest of Cnoc na Péiste is the peak of Maolán Buí (973 m) and to the northeast is An Gunna Mhór (939 m) or "The Big Gun".
Between Cnoc na Péiste and An Gunna Mhór there are two small lakes—Loch Coimín Piast (anglicised Lough Cummeenapeasta) and Lough Googh — one on either side of the ridge. A stream called Glasheencummeennapeasta flows northwards from Lough Cummeenapeasta into Hag's Glen, where it joins the Gaddagh River. On the other side of the ridge, a stream flows southwards from Lough Googh into the Derrycarna River.
Aircraft crash 
At about 7 am on 17 December 1943, during World War II, a United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) plane crashed into the side of Cnoc na Péiste. The plane was a Douglas C-47 or Dakota (serial number 43-30719) with five crewmen aboard. It struck the mountain just above Lough Cummeenapeasta at an altitude of about 2,000 ft—killing all five passengers. The Gardaí were not alerted to the crash until 3 February 1944, and the following day an Irish Army detachment was sent to recover the bodies. Pieces of the aircraft can still be seen on the mountainside, and a plaque was placed at the shore of the lake to commemorate the victims.
Climbing Cnoc na Péiste 
Climbers and walkers tend to tackle all the Macgillycuddy's Reeks in a single attempt, often from the north-east along the Hag's Glen, since there are few other options for descent from the main ridge. The continuation of the ridge east of Cnoc na Péiste is very sharp and cannot be walked; hikers must take a route to one side of the ridge to continue on to An Gunna Mhór.
See also 
- "Knocknapeasta/Cnoc na Péiste". MountainViews. Retrieved 2007-05-28.
- E. D. "Clem" Clements (1997). The Hewitts and Marilyns of Ireland. TACit Press. ISBN 0-9522680-8-6.
- Mountains - Key Facts. The Munros, Corbetts, Grahams, Donalds & Furths at www.smc.org.uk. Accessed on 2 Feb 2013.
- Ordnance Survey Ireland - Online map viewer
- Discovery Series (1:50000) Map 78. Ordnance Survey Ireland. ISBN 1-901496-83-X.
- MountainViews - Maolán Buí
- MountainViews - An Gunna Mhór
- Warplane Research Group of Ireland
- Dillon, Paddy (1998). Exploring the South of Ireland. Ward Lock. ISBN 0-7063-7566-1.