This high & extremely narrow headland is known as the Sturrall Ridge. Located in a very rural corner of Donegal it was a very tough location to reach due to the weight of all my gear, plus it was the warmest day of the year! Although it was well worth the effort on arrival. Unique in every way possible this ridge is totally mesmerising. Stretching directly off the mainland out to sea, it rises to the height of 750m yet is under 1m wide on certain parts! I climbed across this ridge & when looking left or right it had an almost vertical drop off straight into the sea far below! Thankfully there was no wind that day
In the backdrop you can see Glen head. This enormous cliff face is like something pulled straight from a fairy tale book. Standing on top you can see the Napoleonic lookout tower in the style of a medieval castle proudly watching over the abyss of Ireland’s Atlantic Ocean.