Slieve League (or Sliabh Liag in Irish meaning ‘Grey Mountain’) in County Donegal, Ireland are among the highest marine cliffs in Europe. There is a car park with benches and picnic tables from which it is just a few kilometres to the top of the cliffs, at 601 metres. The views on the way up are impressive ensuring Slieve League’s staus as a Signature Discovery Point on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
There is also a visitor centre where you may learn more of the history and culture of the area.
Fog can land quickly on Sliabh Liag so care should be taken at all times. If you get into any difficulty the emergency numbers to phone are 999 or 112.
You can take boat trips around the cliffs from nearby Teelin.