Slieve League Cliffs
the mountain on the atlantic coast of County Donegal
Slieve League, sometimes Slieve Leag or Slieve Liag
Slieve League is a mountain on the Atlantic coast of County Donegal, (Republic of Ireland) at 601 meters, which has some of the highest sea cliffs onthe island of Ireland.
A mountain height of almost 2000 meters, Slieve League is often photographed from a point of view known as Bunglass.
On a clear day you can enjoy a spectacular view of Donegal Bay, and highest cliffs of Ulster.
Boating, hiking and fishing, may be due to the spectacular cliffs of Slieve League by Teelin pier. It is important to have the right clothing, footwear, paper and compass. Remember the local climate can change quickly from pleasant fog due to the vast coastal areas and the altitude of the terrain. This can cause disorientation. It 'better to have a walking buddy in case of emergency.