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This is a route guide to the Sea Stacks of County Donegal in north west Ireland. The stacks are listed starting at Mullaghtan Head in the South West of Co. Donegal and travelling North East (clockwise) towards the peninsula of Inishowen in the north of the county. Included in this guide are several conventional sea cliff venues, conveniently located throughout the guide to provide alternative climbing options if sea condition are not favourable for access to the stacks. The sea stack routes have all been given conventional rock climbing grades, it is worth bearing in mind that most of these beasts require varying lengthÂ’s of sea passage to access their base in some of the most inaccessible and remote locations in Ireland.
uniqueascent.ie/sea_stack_g… for the free PDF Donegal Sea Stack guidebook

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The main residence of Donegal's sea stacks is the little know road end at An Port. This road end is one of the most beautiful and remote places in Ireland. The islands of Tory, Owey and Arranmore provide further nautical summits.

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