Located just 80 meters off the coast of Ireland, the Dún Briste sea stack is an indelible part of one of that country’s most iconic landscapes – Downpatrick Head, where St. Patrick himself is said to have built a church centuries ago. While certainly an enticing challenge, the sea stack is seldom climbed, but last month that’s exactly what Iain Miller and Paulina Kaniszewska did. In this short video, you’ll see them paddle out to the rock face, make their ascent, and take in the views at the top, which include the remains of an old lookout post from World War II.
You can find out more about their experience by reading their account of the climb here. It looks like it was quite a fun adventure. Thanks for sharing Iian!
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