Rock Climbing in Southern Ireland
Rock Climbing in Ireland is both physically and mentally demanding and requires strength, agility, endurance, balance and focus. Rock climbing is the extreme sport where participants climb up rock formations using their body and specialized equipment. As well as the intense workout, you will experience nature in one of its purest forms creating a fantastic sense of achievement and well-being.
The dramatic, mountain and coastal landscape of Achill Island in county Mayo, has long been an attractive holiday destination. Achill has some of Mayo’s finest and most adventurous climbing, with over 90 sea cliff routes and 20+ mountain routes and scrambles Achill Island.
They provide a safe environment and expert tuition to help you on your way to a fun and exciting future in climbing. Their qualified and experienced staff are always on hand to help you through your climbing experience, from answering your questions on anything climbing related to giving tips and advice on training or pushing your grade.
The area is as beautiful as it is exhausting. The Cairngorms feature some of the most challenging and rewarding climbs for even the most experienced climber. The national park is in one of the coldest and wildest areas in Scotland, which makes it a popular destination in the winter.
Kerry Climbing is a family run Mountain guiding company and a high quality provider of courses in Rock-Climbing, Mountaineering, Navigation, Proficiency and much much more. Owner and lead mountain guide, Piaras Kelly is a highly experienced mountaineer and climber who has extensive knowledge of all of Kerry's magnificent mountains.
Rock climbing is one of the safest and most thrilling outdoor activities there is. You can choose different levels of climbs depending on how much of challenge you would like, even if your a complete beginner there is something here for you. After your climb you can experience abseiling back down to the ground, the feeling of conquering your fear and stepping over the edge is one not to be missed.
Irish Adventures offer Rock Climbing and abseiling/ Rapelling in Dingle and Killarney. This is suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced. The sea Cliffs of Dunsheane (Dun Seanna) are just 4km/ 2.5 mls from Dingle town, they over a variety of over 40 rock climbing routes, from easy rack climbs to extreme grades.