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At UKC we are all climbers and we understand the strong urge to be outdoors as the weather is finally improving. Please proceed with caution though.

The narrow connecting ridge from the highest summit of the range to the second highest. Forms the western part of the Hag's Glen horseshoe. A lot of the scrambling is avoidable by a flanking path, stay with the crest to make the most of an excellent route however


The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland


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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
barneyc ?? Lead
SJames 12 Aug, 2019 -
Audrey LeGrand 12 Aug, 2019 -
with SJames
with SJames
Fairykitty 20 Mar, 2019 -
deandarvill 16 Jun, 2017 Solo O/S Done opposite way round in thick cloud
Done opposite way round in thick cloud
Hidden ? Oct, 2016 Solo O/S
dannyserc H 5 Jul, 2016 Solo O/S
Foxache 19 Nov, 2011 -
5eamuz 3 May, 2009 -
no_more_scotch_eggs H ? Jul, 1993 Solo with Debbie and Angus
with Debbie and Angus
Iain Thow 19 Nov, 1990 Solo In excellent winter conditions, Grade II.
In excellent winter conditions, Grade II.
High 2
Mid 2
Low 2
High 1
Mid 1
Low 1
Style of Ascent
Not Set
Not Set
Route of Interest

Coomloughra Horseshoe

Grade: 1 ***