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UKC Articles - on 27 Sep 2017
Sam Hamer on Refraction , 4 kbOccupying a wild and desolate location on Ireland's west coast, is an array of limestone Karsts that have been sculptured over many years into a sea-cliff climbers dream destination. Intermingled with a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna make this area just as interesting to the budding botanist as to the visiting climber.

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The Flying Giraffe - on 27 Sep 2017
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Wasn't this part of the series 'The Finest Crags in Britain'?

We've had Sharpnose. We've had Wimberry. Both under that title. But now we have a crag that's neither in Britain, nor in the UK, and suddenly this series is called 'The Finest Crags in the UK & Ireland'? It may seem like a minor detail, but that's poor form, IMO.

RoI is, in fact, a different country. Much the same as France. And the island of Ireland would itself be a logical place to do a series like this on (because we all know the Head tops them all). It would be better to change the name of the *entire* series to 'The finest crags in Britain and Ireland'.

I sense I'll get slammed for this, but whatever. Evening all.
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Michael Gordon - on 27 Sep 2017
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Looks brilliant!

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