Glendasan

Climbs 200 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 286m a.s.l – Faces all

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Otherwise known as the Wicklow Gap. Areas are quite dispersed, but wiht most problems only a short walk from one of the car parks. The area is relatiley undeveloped and there is an enormous amout for those who are prepared to explore a little.

Exposed and windy, so very fast drying and midges are less of a problem than Glendalough

Problem numbers are as described in The Short Span Version 4.0

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Shortspan Bouldering in Ireland

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