Ballyryan or Ballyreen (Irish: Baile Uí Rinn; Ring's homestead) is a small inland mostly west-facing limestone crag in The Burren in County Clare, Ireland. It is popular with rock climbers due to its easy access, the range of short easy-to-intermediate rock climbs, and its close proximity to the much larger and highly-regarded, Ailladie rock-climbing sea-cliff; Ailladie is also locally known as the Ballyreen Cliffs or Ballyreen Point.

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  • Ballyryan or Ballyreen (Irish: Baile Uí Rinn; Ring's homestead) is a small inland mostly west-facing limestone crag in The Burren in County Clare, Ireland. It is popular with rock climbers due to its easy access, the range of short easy-to-intermediate rock climbs, and its close proximity to the much larger and highly-regarded, Ailladie rock-climbing sea-cliff; Ailladie is also locally known as the Ballyreen Cliffs or Ballyreen Point. (en)
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  • ; Ring's homestead (en)
  • Baile Uí Rinn (en)
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  • (en)
  • Alcove Crack . (en)
  • Mannerless Monster . (en)
  • Right Crack . (en)
  • Slave Labour . (en)
  • Triumph Crack . (en)
  • Vulgarian . (en)
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  • (en)
  • No Facilities (en)
  • No Fresh Water (en)
  • Roadside Parking (en)
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  • circa 25 metres above sea level (en)
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  • Location of Ballyryan crag in Ireland (en)
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  • Ballyryan (en)
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  • Private property (en)
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  • Right Crack at Ballyryan - geograph.org.uk - 1593846.jpg (en)
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  • Climbers on Right Crack in Ballyran (en)
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  • Single pitch (en)
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  • 30 (xsd:integer)
  • (en)
  • +35 routes online database (en)
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  • (en)
  • mostly D to VS (en)
  • several above E1 (en)
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  • Ballyryan or Ballyreen (Irish: Baile Uí Rinn; Ring's homestead) is a small inland mostly west-facing limestone crag in The Burren in County Clare, Ireland. It is popular with rock climbers due to its easy access, the range of short easy-to-intermediate rock climbs, and its close proximity to the much larger and highly-regarded, Ailladie rock-climbing sea-cliff; Ailladie is also locally known as the Ballyreen Cliffs or Ballyreen Point. (en)
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  • Ballyryan (en)
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