Rock Climbing in Ireland documents the best of Irish rock climbing. It details over 400 classic climbs spread across 22 crags in some of Ireland’s wildest, most beautiful coastal and mountain areas.
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Rock Climbing In Ireland By David Flanagan
A must-have for visiting climbers on a roadtrip as well as Irish climbers looking to venture beyond their local crag
Rock Climbing in Ireland documents the best of Irish rock climbing. It details over 400 classic climbs spread across 22 crags in some of Ireland’s wildest, most beautiful coastal and mountain areas. With routes from Diff to E9 there is plenty for all climbers no matter what their ability and taste.
Packed with extensive maps, precise topos, detailed route descriptions and inspiring action photos, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in Irish climbing.
Irish Climbing Guide
This is the only guidebook to document Irish Climbing in a single volume. It focuses on the best routes at the best crags and includes areas and routes that have never been documented in a modern guidebook before. Very detailed directions and maps make it easy for the first time visitor to find and climb their chosen route.
There are over 100 high quality photo topos in a clean, modern design and layout. The action and landscape shots show Ireland and Irish climbing at it's very best.
Rock Climbing Guidebook
This is a selective guidebook focussing on quality routes throughout the grades. There are 22 crag destinations, north and south, including Fair Head; Donegal; Dalkey Quarry; Wicklow; The Mournes; and The Burren.
Paperback | 288 pages
125 x 184 x 25mm | 439g
10 Nov 2014
Three Rock Books
colour photos and colour photo topos
About the Author
David Flanagan is a climber, writer and freelance journalist from Dublin, Ireland. A long time climber he wrote his first book, a climbing guidebook called 'Bouldering in Ireland' in 2011, after finding himself with some time on his hands after been made redundant. 'Bouldering Essentials', a how-to guide for boulderers, followed in 2013.
His publishing business, Three Rock Books, is currently working on a few projects including a trail running and cycling guide.