Cliffs Of Moher, Galway, Ireland
There's nothing more than warning signs, a low stone barrier, and common sense to keep you from walking the hazardously narrow paths along the Cliffs of Moher. But every year, people get too close to the edges and are blown off to fall 700 feet into the ocean. If you choose to ignore the warnings, be very careful, as many parts of the path appear solid but are in fact unstable and slippery. And we don't recommend taking your bike out there—the ledge that those riders biked on has now collapsed, which just highlights how dangerous it is to venture outside of the designated paths on the Cliffs of Moher.
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