|Location: Sea Stacks and Pinnacles
Grade: VD 4a
|First ascent: Alan Tees.Finbarr Mullin|
|Add route description here... This is the most interesting of a
number of stacks on the shore below the Bens near Glengad. Approach
past the Glengad United football pitch and abandon you car somewhere
beyond. Descend 250m to sea level to Gr C499560, and locate the stack
with a Matterhorn look about it. It may still have a big red ball
attached to the top, in which case identification will be a lot
easier!! Low tide will mean you don\'t have to get your feet wet.
Climb easily up a slab, followed by a short ridge, with great rock and
handholds, to a ledge below the top. There was an old cormorant\'s
nest here with a set of Christmas lights in it. A short 4a move onto
another small slab leads to the top. *** I think.
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Route Number: 3225