‘Stone Mountain is a beautiful big long grass growing on it, S honey yellow was going downhill on the Crois Mám like the dew..’
Here are the first lines of the poem prestigious ‘Slieve League’ to write the famous poet James Doraidheáin in the ninth century. Slieve League has not changed since then and her beauty is so fascinating and ever had.
Stone Mountain is its breathtaking cliffs and a primary point of time identifying Wild Atlantic coast. Stone Mountain is a place of historical tours for Christians for thousands of years because of the Wealth unique cultural heritage and there. The mountain is located in the Donegal Gaeltacht and it is home to the highest sea hailtreacha in Europe accessible by foot away. The Green Bottom hailtreacha at more than 600m above sea wild. The scene will surprise the world you any time of day, and you look south across Donegal Bay to Sligo and Mayo. You will wonder the same of the natural environment is seen ahead, between plants and live chréatúirí sea and mountain.
The sky overhead ghlégorm changing gradually a fhuarghorm sea and the sun lit hainglí beautiful mountain peaks under cover of purple heather. Is an enduring symbol of the Stone Mountain for the history, culture, folklore and spirituality of the area beautiful and special community in which it is located.
With total satisfaction from the Stone Mountain wonders, it is strongly recommended you walk the few miles up to the viewing point, where you have full experience of the natural beauty of the area between sheep, birds and lakes.
There is also opportunity to see Stone Mountain from the sea and boat trips option available regularly from Bay Teelin. You can go fishing or swimming off the harbor, giving you the opportunity to míola sea and see dolphins, and not far from you.
No better place than the area for walkers as little challenge them to a journey of the Pilgrims Way and Single Path. Whoever reaches the summit of its beautiful view lying ahead, such will not ever seen him ever again.