The Inishowen Peninsula, at the northern tip of Ireland, this peninsula contain numerous excellent climbing locations scattered along it's coast line. 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. Centered around Culdaff Village in the North East of the peninsula lives over 100 rock climbs grades range from Diff to E4. The the sea cliffs and inland crags around Culdaff play host to Climbfest ran on a three year cycle between Cruit Island and Skelpoonagh Bay. but it is at the most northern tip of Inishowen where it's most dramatic rock climbing lives. The sea cliffs, slabs and sea stacks of Malin Head provide over 100 rock climbs in a stunning and wave bashed location.
For all the other rock climbing locations and for further free PDF guidebooks covering the entire county of Donegal visit Undiscovered Donegal.
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