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Rock climbing photographs at Gola Island, Ireland

The photograph opposite shows Dave Ayton on Kept Woman (D) on Gola Island.

Gola Island is one of a series of crags in Donegal that provides a great variety of climbing.  Gola Island provides around 200 single pitch routes on rough granite rock on sea cliffs and outcrops.

The photograph was taken by David Flanagan, and appears in the Rock Climbing in Ireland Guidebook that is available to buy from our shop.

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Return to rock climbing in Ireland.

Rock climbing in Ireland Guidebook

The Rock Climbing in Ireland Guidebook describes the very best traditional rock climbing to be found in Ireland and covers 22 different crags and over 400 classic routes. Buy this guidebook from our shop.

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To view a larger photograph showing the variety of rock climbing to be found in Ireland, please click on the thumbnail images.

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Return to rock climbing in Ireland.

Rock climbing in Ireland Guidebook

The Rock Climbing in Ireland Guidebook describes the very best traditional rock climbing to be found in Ireland and covers 22 different crags and over 400 classic routes. Buy this guidebook from our shop.