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Most of the climbing in Northern Ireland is in the Mourne Mountains (Co. Down) and Fairhead (Co. Antrim) but Fermanagh has a few crags worth a visit.

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Grid Reference: ID180430

A huge crag with hundreds of routes in the mid to upper grades, The prow gives an excellent introduction to the crag before embarking on the more committing routes on the main face

Lower Cove, Mourne Mountains

Grid Reference: IJ320270

Many crags throughout the area, but Lower Cove in the Annalong Valley provides a good introduction to the style of climbing.

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