3. Slieve League Cliffs, Donegal
Experienced hikers will want a chance to see the majestic views that can be captured at the Slieve League cliffs. Sitting 1,998 feet high, the cliffs are actually three times higher than the famous Cliffs of Moher. This off-the-beaten-track hike follows the edge of Ireland’s second highest sea cliffs. Follow the ancient Pilgrim’s Path up the mountain to discover old oratory ruins, or walk along the narrow Old Man’s Track that overlooks the dramatic cliffs where you can marvel at the power of the Atlantic. Afterwards, you can drive to Bunglass Viewpoint for its impressive panoramic views.