Dromore Head
Dromore Head is the distinct ridge, clearly marked on maps, at the furthest south-west point of the island. The very end of the ridge forms a knife-edge with a very fine 45m slab on its south face and a steeper wall to the west. To access all the routes, abseil down the south face to non-tidal ledges at the slab's base.
 
South Face
 
1. Okurano 40m E1 5b
An exciting route following the final crack, just before the left-hand arete of the slab. Start in a chimney, then continue in the same line to where the crack splits the obvious overlap. Make steep moves through the overlap, then finish more easily up the hanging slab above. Spectacular but easier than it looks.
Toby Foord-Kelcey, Shoko Okurano, 27 August 1998
 
2. Migi no ho 40m E3 6a
The weakness in the overlap to the right. Approach via a thin crack in the slab below keeping away from the easier corner system to the right. Tough moves through the overlap lead to an easier finish up the hanging slab above.
Dan Donovan, Toby Foord-Kelcey, 22 July 2002
 
To the right the slab lies back at an easier angle:
 
3. New Schedules 45m Severe
The third (from the right) crack.
Dan Donovan solo, 22 July 2002
Probably climbed previously by Fergal Spain in the mid 1990s.
 
4. The Cleggan-Roonah Rally 45m Severe
The second (from the right) crack.
Toby Foord-Kelcey, Shoko Okurano, 27 August 1998
Probably climbed previously by Fergal Spain in the mid 1990s.
 
5. Kneel before the Ferryman 45m VS 4c
The rightmost crack on the slab, with a crux section around half-height in a quartz-lined groove.
Toby Foord-Kelcey, Shoko Okurano, 27 August 1998
Probably climbed previously by Fergal Spain in the mid 1990s.
 
West Face
Scramble around from the south face to the base of the west-facing wall. The main feature of the wall is a leftwards slanting crack:
 
1. Trapped Nerve 35m E2
Very fine climbing on perfect rock. Low in the grade.
1. 25m, 5b Follow the crack to a large ledge.
2. 10m, 5b Move up and back on to the front face. Climb the exposed face direct to the apex of the wall.
Toby Foord-Kelcey (1), Dan Donovan (2), 22 July 2002
 
Paul Keogh and Sť O Hanlon climbed a line in the mid-1990s on this face which went "easily up the slabs just in left from the arete and finished by moving out to the right onto the outermost face and finished up a short groove" at around HVS.