A NEW visitor management plan is to be rolled out at Sliabh Liag from next week.
The iconic Sliabh Liag has been welcoming tourists again in recent weeks.
A huge volume of people expected to converge on the world famous cliffs over the summer months and the new measures are deigned with visitors in mind.
The new plan will introduce restricted access from the carpark at the Ranger Station to the viewing point for the months of July and August. This system will mean the carpark at the viewing area will not be open to the general public.
It will be reserved primarily for shuttle buses, traders, with full access for landowners and limited access for taxis, buses, motorbikes and disabled badge holders.
The planned changes will be in operation from 5th July, from 9am to 6pm.
A new Shuttle Bus service will be introduced from the Visitor Centre, where parking is free. This service will operate daily from 10.10am until 5.30pm.
An online booking system is available on www.sliabhliag.com with tickets for the Shuttle Bus priced as follows €6.00 per adult, €5 for OAP / Student, €4 for Children or €18 for a family ticket, family tickets include 2 adults and 2 or more children.
For those who wish to walk from the Ranger Station carpark, a parking fee of €5.00 per 2-hour or €15 all day ticket has been introduced. Operational staff will be on-site to assist with parking and traffic management.
Sliabh Liag, one of the wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way, attract 160,000 visitors each year. Among the tallest sea cliffs in Europe, the stunning cliffs drop 600 metres into Donegal Bay and offers spectacular scenery.Tags: