Altitude 2m a.s.l
The rock here has a columnar formation and dries quickly after rain. The routes are all single-pitch, up to 30m and mostly follow crack lines offering good protection.
On the shore side there are a couple of small patches of nice wave worn rock to play on opposite the crag and just North. 50M south behind a pinacle there is an overhanging jug covered outcrop - ideal for a good pump.
200m South is the quarry with a few routes and two good pinnacles.
The crag is roadside and situated just south of Ballygalley village on the Antrim Coast Road.
Ballygalley Golf Club have withdrawn their permission for climbing to carry on. Their fears stem from any liability they may have.
The FMCI has requested that any climbers exercise caution if climbing on the crag.
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