The Sea Monsters of Donegalby Jack Geldard - Editor - UKC May/2009
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With several first ascents over the last year of some of the West coast's most imposing sea stacks, Iain has racked up a list of routes that even Mick Fowler would be proud of.
Particular highlights have been:
Although most routes are not in the extreme grades, Iain warns "It is worth bearing in mind that most of these beasts require varying lengths of sea passage to access their base".
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