The Inishowen Peninsula contains numerous excellent climbing locations scattered along its coastline. From Crummies Bay on the shores of Lough Swilly in the West to Port a Doris overlooking the Foyle to the East. One of the most developed locations on the peninsula is found at Malin Head, the most northerly tip of Inishowen and Ireland. Centred around Culdaff Village in the North East of the peninsula lives over 100 rock climbs grades range from Diff to E4. The sea cliffs and inland crags around Culdaff play host to Climbfest ran on a three-year cycle between Cruit Island and Glencolmcille. but it is at the most northern tip of Inishowen where it's most dramatic rock climbing lives. The sea cliffs of Malin Head provide over 100 rock climbs in a stunning and wave bashed location.
The Inishowen Peninsula is easily described in rock climbing terms as Donegal in miniature. It has numerous coastal climbing venues mainly concentrated around Culdaff in the northeast corner of the peninsula. On the peninsula, there are three sea stack locations at Kinnego Bay and at the southern end of Malin Head. The third sea stack location is the world-class Bothanvara sea stack at Dunaff Head on the west coast of Inishowen.
Simply put, a lifetimes worth of climbing in one small geographical area.