Eagle Mountain

Climbs 38 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 638m a.s.l – Faces NE

Crag features
The north-east face of Eagle holds the probably the most extensive crag in the Mournes. It is greatly marred, however, by copious amounts of vegetation and consequent wetness. The good news is that it sometimes comes into condition in winter.

Approach notes
Allow 1.5 hours to walk in from the track past the Holy Bridge Gaelic Football Field.

Rock Climbs in the Mourne Mountains (2010), A Rock Climbing Guide to the Mournes (1998)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
2Musical CracksHVS 5a  
3Corpse AlleyVS 4c  
4Dead End ButtressVS 4c  
5Motor Cycle ManiaVS 4b  
6Sammy HigginsVS 4c *1
7Great CornerE1 5b *1
8Great CornerVI 7 * 
9Cookstown CultchyE2 5b * 
10Lassara GroovesE1 5b * 
11Wet SaturdayHVS 5a  
13Cretin's GrooveVS 4c  
14Fool on a HillE2 5c  
15Surplomb SundaeVS 4c **1
16The LinksHS 4a  
17FunkHS 4b  
18Great GullyII 3
20The Lost ForgottenE7 6c ** 
21Tullamona CracksVS 4c  
22A Trembling SodIV 5  
24Southern ComfortS 4a  
25AbrasionVS 4c  
26Social DiseaseE2 6a  
27The PervertVS 4c  
29Alcoholic SandstormVS 4c  
30Honest to GodS 4a  
31Early BirdsHVS 5a  
32Rock 'n' Roll GullyIII 4 5
33Bird Leg ButtressVS 4c  
34SiriusIV 5  
35Stepping WestwardIV 5  
36Buffalo GirlIII 3  
39BilboHS 4b  
40Broze BoiseHS 4b 1
41Broze-Bilbo TraverseHS 4b  
44Henry's RouteVD  
45Eagle Mountain summitsummit 4
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