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My family and I took the hike to see this waterfall. The trail is gravel and very well marked. It is impossible to get lost or accidentally veer from the route. We went a little over a kilometer (.69 miles according to my workout app)...More
That devil mountain water fall , This has a new walk way up to it and is one class history place to be .one of the tallest waterfall in Europe,with a twist , The veiw is best in a wet day or after a good...More
We read the information board and saw quite clearly that 'if you can't see the waterfall from where you are standing it isn't flowing'. A bit disappointed we decided to make the climb up anyway. It was a wonderful walk on a good path through...More
The area is great and beautiful, scenic and really picturesque. The walk to the waterfall is a around a 30 minute climb on a nicely maintained walkpath, easily doable even with 4 year olds.
As for the waterfall itself.. well.. it has to be great.....More
This is down the road from the more-publicized Glencar Falls, and is a much more impressive site. Only enough parking for 4-5 cars. An uphill hike you through a beautiful wooded slope and grazing sheep to see a waterfall that occasionally flows up if the...More
Best going on a sunny and windy day if you want to see the water going back up the waterfall. Very impressing
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lilo00000, Manager at Sruth In Aghaidh An Aird - The Devil's Chimney, responded to this reviewResponded 11 January 2018
Glad you had a great time on the walk. We at Sligo Walks are constantly trying to improve our product. Look out for the proposed path extension at The Devil's chimney which we hope to complete before spring. For updates check out sligowalks.ie
Dramatic waterfall, especially in winter, with lots of rainfall, flowing off Ben Bulben mountain range,to create the volume of rushing water.Wear Wellington boots or your feet will be cold and shoes soaked in the water spray!!
This is a great little hike for your kids. Did it with my 3 and 6 yr old and they loved it. Follow the red arrows on the sign posts. The path loops around at the top with steps. Best seen after heavy rain fall...More