This week’s theme from Debbie for One Word Sunday is VERTIGINOUS
This is Slieve League in County Donegal, tucked away up in Ireland’s northwest corner. Rising about 600m out of the Atlantic Ocean, the massive cliffs are among the highest in Europe.
That is an old signal tower in the distance, dating back to the Napoleonic wars when the British were worried about a potential French invasion (which never occurred).
Imagine this place on a clear day!!
The trail leads up to the old Pilgrims Path. Up there in the hills is the remains of an early Christian monastic site. Part of the trail includes the infamous ‘One Man’s Pass’ – a narrow ridge which is usually best left to experienced hikers.
Link to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here