Occupying 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.
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.