The radio site’s horizon plot (created using AirScout, (c) DL2ALH, with SRTM3 data) looks like this:
- There is a sea path visible from 90˚ round to 195˚
- The peak 100km to the west (273˚) is Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, at 1038m high.
- In general, the site’s view to the north-west is much better than indicated – this is the plot for the 2m aerial position which is slightly down the east side of the hill!
Standing below the antenna, the easterly visual horizon looks like this:
and to the south: