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Little Binnian

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About Little Binnian:

Description: This prominent little outcrop lying south-west of Slieve Binnian is cleanly split in two by a wide gully. The climbs, which are clean and catch the sun or avoid the cloud, mainly take slabs on both sides of the gully. Approaches: The bottom of the gully is easily reached in half an hour by following the obvious path which joins the wall running down from the crag. This path starts from parking spaces at the head of a lane which leaves the Head Road at a cross roads (319209) just south of the Brackenagh Cross Water Bridge. Guide: Rock Climbs in the Mourne Mountains, FMCI, 1988
Nearest town or city: Newcastle
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