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FA: J.Butler, 1972
Takes a fairly direct line up the Ghost Slab. Quite serious in its upper section, though unfortunately escapable at several points. Start as for The Ghost. Move up and diagonally left for 3m. Climb the slab on very small holds passing the diagonal overlap on The Ghost. Mantelshelf onto a small ledge and move up to a horizontal break. Continue directly up the slab above, just left of The Ghost, and don’t fall off.
FA: T. Burke, P. O’Sullivan & K. Murphy.
FA: T.O'Connor & N.Keegan
A sister-route to Yorkshire Pudding. A crack through a face of a slab, considered a Dalkey Classic.
A very thin eliminate up the slab 2m right of Masochist. Climb the slab direct by some deft pulling on dots to gain the ledge on Masochist. Finish up this.
FA: H. Hebblethwaite.
Start as for Drifter’s Escape at the bottom of the corner. Follow Drifter’s Escape to where it swings left around the prow. Climb the steep groove above on dubious rock carefully. Finish up a rib on the left.
FA: D. O’Murchu & S.R. Young, 1972
A scrappy route. Start down and to the right of Slabs Wall below the finish of Drinker’s Delight. Climb straight over ledges and bulges to a large ledge. Finish as for Drinker’s Delight.
FA: T O'Connor, C O'Connor, N Keegan; J. MuIhall, J. Leonard & P. Lyons. 9.1971.
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