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Altitude 429m a.s.l
On the west side of Slievenaglogh, about 300m north of the Hares Gap is a large broken buttress. There is a large fairly continuous crag on the left-hand side - the Main Face - and smaller crags to the right. There are few routes to date and the area is not popular. [David Blair]
Approach is via the Trassey Valley Track as for Spellack, but continue up the track towards the Hares Gap, breaking left up the side of Slievenagiogh directly to the crag.
|Bloody hell - a monument to obscurity! Mind you, I used to know someone who did a FA there. (Even more trivial fact.)|
Mick Ward - 06/Sep/07
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