Aill na Cronain

Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 150m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
The Climbing

Although short, the routes are generally on solid rock with good gear placements. Skull slab is probably one of the best v diffs you'll find in the country. Looking at the crag from the road, the far left side has three short recorded climbs. The most prominent feature is Skull Buttress where the best climbing is to be found. The routes have been originally named based on features on the rock likened to the parts of a skull and hence the slightly morbid names! 200m to the right of Skull Buttress there is a small slab with some pleasant routes.

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Access notes
10 mins walk from upper car park at Ailwee Cave. just south of Ballyvaughan village

Note: the crag is on private property.

Guidebooks
Climbs in the Burren and Aran Islands (2008)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Eustachian TubeS *3
2EurekaHS *6
3Skull SlabVD ***18
4Skull Slab-bHVS 5a 1
5Left CheekS 4
6MaydayVS 4c **5
7Skull's EarD *4
8RotterouteHS *5
9GrottorouteS *6
10PricelessVS *5
11Poetic MajestyVS *6
12SunbaneE1 5c *1
13FollyerupperHVS 5a *2
14Demon DimHVS 5a **2
15CovenantHS  
16CleftVD 2
17FrightS 2
18De GaulleMS 2
19SkullduggeryS 1
20Saints and SinnersS 1
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The map is wrong - that's Mayo, the Burren is in Clare!
RKernan - 30/May/11
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