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A small dolerite sea cliff on the western coast of the Rosguill Peninsula. The climbs are 20-30m on good rock and provide pleasant climbing.
From Carrickgart follow the L131 north through Downings (tea shop at McNutts Tweed) and onto the Atlantic Drive (approx 3km from Downings).
Immediately after passing Croaghatur Hill on the seaward side there is a small parking spot. Follow a rough track, cross a stream and then head south down the coast along the cliff top. Pass two main inlets to reach a longwall facing south west across to excellent views of Sheep Haven to Horn Head and Tory island.
(Directions and Orientation to be updated...soon)
The climbs are in five shallow bays (5-1)described from North to South, i.e., from right to left when looking out to sea. Abseil access and a calm sea are required to reach the platforms just above the high water mark.
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