On the coastline of the Burren area of Ireland, the limestone is constantly washed by the Atlantic, with the water sometimes breaking over the top of the cliffs a hundred feet up! This cliffband in particular was stunning in its location, and the locals were not only very kind, but extremely talented as seen by routes here that rate up to 5.13, most of which had been done ground up with minimal gear.
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Mark Niles
Mar 19, 2007
On the coastline of the Burren area of Ireland, the limestone is constantly washed by the Atlantic, with the water sometimes breaking over the top of the cliffs a hundred feet up! This cliffband in particular was stunning in its location, and the locals were not only very kind, but extremely talented as seen by routes here that rate up to 5.13, most of which had been done ground up with minimal gear.

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