/ NEWS: The Sea Monsters of Donegal

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UKC News - on 12 May 2009
[An Bhuideal, 1 kb]Iain Miller has been active off the coast of Donegal, Ireland.

With several first ascents over the last year of some of the West coast's most imposing sea stacks, Iain has racked up a list of routes that even Mick Fowler would be proud of.



Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=47391
RossJ - on 12 May 2009
In reply to UKC News:

So spoilt for choice over there Iain..... Glad to see you're having loads of fun. Keep up the good work and there are still loads more to go!

The shot of Cnoc Na More is great, especially with all of you en-route part way up and your wee boat down the bottom.

Why is it that most of your ascents involve raging cauldrons of sea? But then that's part of it isn't it?

Watch out for the one than now has my cairn on top. Have you found it yet? ;o)
Bo Robertson - on 12 May 2009
In reply to UKC News: Raises the question- how many unclimbed sea stacks or pinnacles are there left in the British Isles???
Interesting article and great photos by the way. Keep at it!
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Wee Davie - on 13 May 2009
In reply to UKC News:

Nice one for reporting these. How about some of the FA tales too as they make fantastic reading?

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