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The Sea Stack Climbing Pioneer of Ireland
Iain Miller is a rock climber, mountaineer and marine engineer living, working and playing on the cliffs, sea stacks, mountains and uninhabited islands of County Donegal in Ireland. Since moving to the west coast from Scotland, he has explored the peaks and shores of Donegal since 2007, resulting in a unique and in-depth knowledge of the geography and features of the area.
These pillars of rock, sliced off from the cliffs by coastal erosion from the Atlantic, are found throughout the Irish coastline, but very few people have the unique combination of climbing and nautical skills required to reach their summits.
These skills have allowed Iain to work with his passion, creating a collection of adventures and outdoor experiences for those seeking a new level of outdoor adventure.
From sweeping shorelines to marshy moorland, Ireland boasts a unique landscape which is known by many but explored by few. The Road Less Traveled aims to showcase the adventurers that reside among us and why they hold such a passion for Irish exploration. This three-part video series will provide an insight into the characters pushing the limits of adventure sports in Ireland.