Climbs 24
Rocktype Quartzite
Altitude 221m a.s.l

Crag features

Sheltered, sun-catching, quick-drying and low-lying, this crag has 17 routes ranging from Diff. to HVS. All this and only 15 minutes from the road. Not being a mountain crag a visit at any time of the year is feasible except between the end of March and late July if peregrines are nesting here.

Approach notes

To get to the crag turn north off the Glenealy - Rathdrum road immediately before the railway bridge. Take the next turn to the left, about 2km up the road, and left again at the T-junction. About 500 metres up the road there is a forest entrance where parking is possible. Enter the forest, turn right at the T-junction and take the second turn on the left which leads to the crag which is on the right side of the track.

The approach from Roundwood is via Tomriland Cross, Moneystown and Garryduff Cross.

There are three sections to the crag, Ash Tree Slabs on the left, Upper Buttress in the middle and Lower Buttress on the right. There is an easy descent route to the left of Ash Tree Slabs.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1Pine tree way
VS 4c 2
2Fraughan Crack
VS 4c  
D 18
D 20
5LinekerVS 4b *30
6Bloody nose
E1 5b 1
7Le Taureau Brun de Cooley
S 4b 34
8An Grianan
D 24
9The saw doctors
VS 4c *16
10Orange Peel
VS 4c 1
11BonsaiVS 4c *23
12Scud guys die young
HVS 5a 6
13Buachaillí Bána
VS 4b 10
14Swing loweHS 4b *9
15The Edge Route
HVS 5a 1
16Saddam's rib
HVS 5a 3
17Eye of the needleHS 4b *21
18Sir Walter Raleigh
VS 5a 3
19Damp start crack
S 4a 10
HVS 5a *3
VS 4b **9
VS 4b 1
HS 1
24Traverse Of The Bods
HVS 5a  

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