This is a useful conglomerate cliff is at approx. 500 meters in altitude above the main Carrick-on-Suir to Dungarvan road. It is to the west of Kilclooney Farm. It dries much faster than many of the Comeragh crags and can be a useful evening climbing venue.
The best approach to the cliff is from the Carrick - Dungarvan road. Cars may be parked at the South end of the forest at Grid Ref. S342097. The forest boundary may be followed easily to the south west corner, then follow some faint sheep tracks (if you can find them) in the direction of the cliff. It stands out as an obvious prow of rock high on the left (west) as you approach the forest from the south. Allow about forty minutes for the 1. 5 km approach.
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