Rock Climbing Guides

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Irish Peaks
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Climbs in the Burren and Aran Islands
Here it is the long awaited Climbs in the Burren and Aran Islands. An excellent guide, well illustrated and excellently laid out. Certainly one of the new generation climbing guides.
Wicklow - Rock Climbing Guide (2009)
A guide to climbing in Wicklow offering comprehensive route listings for all major climbs in the area. Areas covered include: Glendalough, Luggala, Lough Dan, Carrigshouk, Mall Hill (Glenmacnass), Glenmalure, Hollywood, Bray Head, Lover's Leap (En ....
Fair Head Rockclimbing Guidebook (2014)
Produced by Ricky Bell and Craig Hiller. Fair Head is the greatest expanse of climbable rock in Ireland or Britain. It is the ultimate climbing venue stretching for 5 km. This books describes over 400 routes that includes new routes since last pub ....
Rock Climbing In Donegal
The Mountaineering Ireland guidebook, ‘Rock Climbing in Donegal’, is a select guide to the entire County of Donegal. It documents over one thousand outstanding rock climbs from Muckross Head in the south to Malin Head at Ireland's most northerly poin ....
Dalkey Quarry (2022)
The new Dalkey Quarry Guidebook 2022, is now available, providing an excellent and comprehensive guide to one of the most popular rock climbing locations in Ireland. With over 350 routes and only 20km from Dublin city, this historical granite Quarr ....
Ballykeefe Quarry - Rock Climbing Guide
The climbs are in a disused limestone quarry 12 miles SW of Kilkenny. It is a pleasant wooded area and the quarry has been cleaned up to create an amenity area. The majority of the routes are 7-10m high, a few in double figures. Grades up to E3. Bolt ....
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