The Greyabbey (aka Yerp) Boulder is two to four metres high, with a host of problems that are mostly on the easier side of vertical. The rock is good but a bit licheny in places, so it is worth bringing a brush. A pad is recommended as the landings are rocky. High tide comes up to the edge of the boulder, so check tide times before going.
About one mile outside Greyabbey on the road to Kircubbin. Visible from the road on a long sweeping bend, opposite a couple of bungalows.
Shortspan Bouldering in Ireland
|AKA GREYABBEY BOULDER|
|2||Undercut Arete||f5+ *||4|
|3||Undercut Arete SS||f6A **||2|
|4||Undercut Arete SS Eliminate||f7B||1|
|5||Undercut Arete LH Finish||f6A+ *||2|
|6||Undercut Arete Very LH Finish||f6B+ *||1|
|7||Slab Crack||f6B *||1|
|8||Slab Eliminate||f6B+ *||1|
|9||Seaward Nose SS||f6B|
|10||Seaward Face 1||f5+||2|
|11||Seaward Face 2||f6A *||2|
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