Letterkenny woman Nikki Bradley shows no fear again as she tackles a tricky descent down the treacherous Slieve League cliffs to take in an amazing view.

Drone footage by fellow adventurer Iain Miller shows how dramatically beautiful and dangerous these cliffs can be, but Nikki Bradley moves quickly down the hill with no hesitations.

Slieve League Cliffs are one of Donegal’s greatest gems on the Wild Atlantic Way, with tourists flocking daily to admire the breathtakingly beautiful and rugged landscape. Nikki and Iain recently decided to go well off the beaten path to the storm beach 400m below the Bunglass Viewing point. They were rewarded with an amazing perspective on the location.

Thankfully there’s video footage so we don’t have to make the same journey – please do not try this if you’re not with an experienced guide! Nikki was joined by rock climber Iain Miller of Unique Ascent, who spends his days exploring Donegal’s coastline and guiding people as they scale some very special locations.

This latest feat doesn’t seem to faze Nikki one bit, and she takes time out to chill on the storm beach at the bottom. We can imagine this view from the storm beach facing out onto the Table and Chair sea stacks is not one that many people get to see in their lifetime. Thanks to Iain Miller for sharing the incredible footage with the rest of us, click here to see his other adventures on Youtube.