Amazing Cliffs of the World
Amazing cliffs of the world presents one of the most awesome drops. Unlike the mountains, these are sudden falls that present adventure travelers a great location for sport.
1. Preikestolen Cliff, Norway
604 meters high, the Preikestolen Cliff is a strain vertical drop. Some days are so cloudy that you might just walk over the cliff. So caution is advised. Hiking, cruise, para jumping and camping are the most popular activities.
2. Étretat Cliffs, France
A beautiful cliff along the northern coast of France, Étretat Cliffs has unique arched structure. Located along the coast its a popular tourist destination. The usual beach activities coupled with hikes and stellar views atop the cliff brings it under the amazing cliffs of the world.
3. Positano, Italy
Positano is not really a cliff, but a 5 star luxury hotel on top a cliff. Living life king size, its a relaxing vacation spot in Italy with views of the blue sea along the cliff and fine Italian dining giving it a nice charm.
4. Cliffs of Mohr, Ireland
Enjoy cycling, hiking, site seeing, surfing the waves at the famous Cliffs of Mohr.
5. White Cliffs of Drover, England
Head to the South Foreland Lighthouse, the Dover Castle for a glimpse of past years/history and Drover Museum. Walk along the cliffs for a spectacular view of the waters against the bright white of the cliff.
6. Half Dome Cliff, Yosemite
Located in Yosemite National Park California, Half Dome Cliff is 5,000 feet above Yosemite Valley and 8,800 feet above sea level. Things to do include: hiking, backpacking, bird watching, visit Sierra redwoods to see the giant sequoia trees.
7. Bonifacio Cliffs, Corsica
Located in France at the southern tip of the island of Corsica, Bonifacio Cliffs is a know cliff diving spot in the world. After the trill of cliff diving you can relax by the blue water, or walk along the hiking trails. The fortress of Bonifacio is another place to see while you are there.
8. Ronda, Spain
Though among our list of amazing cliffs, Ronda is more a city to see for its unique location and the reality of how a mountain city was built so long ago. Ronda is accessible via highways and by rail from Algeciras and from Córdoba.