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Table of contents
Road to Ballyshannon
P1 - 20m (20)
P2 - 35m (23)
P3 - 25m (19)
spearing twin cracks,jamming and bridging with strengh
FA: bruce cameron,bob mcmahon, 1983
Long Range Desert Group
classic old school full body climb,all styles of climbing in wide open chimney
FA: greg moore, gerry narkowicz,bob mcmahon
Tough bridging 1st pitch. Long sustained 2nd pitch of varied jamming. Easy to top. A true classic!
P1 - 20m (19)
P2 - 50m (22)
P3 - 10m (17)
The Howitzer Arete - Open Project
Starts from a ledge on the RIGHT side of the arete (looking in) 60m from the top (at the same height as the start of Howitzer, but on the opposite side of the arete).
P1 - 50m (21) - Up corner to stance, traverse left across face to join arete, then follow arete (on right side) to ledge.
P2 - 10m (17)
|15||Long Range Desert Group||55m|
|22 R||The Howitzer Arete - Open Project||260m|
|23||Road to Ballyshannon||380m|