The Devils Chimney (Sruth in Aghaidh An Aird) – To get to this beautiful waterfall in the Dartra mountains in north-west Ireland, you should go about 11 kilometers north of Sligo along the N16 road (signs towards the lake and the Glencar waterfall), parking is located on the side of the road.
This waterfall is on the border between Sligo and Leitrim and is the highest waterfall in Ireland (150 meters).
Its name comes from the phenomenon that happens when the wind blows from the south, the water is blown back up above the cliff from which it falls.
The route itself is a 45 minute walk (30 minutes up and 15 down) with a length of 1.2 km and a height of 150 meters, although for any such trip it is worth taking trekking shoes.
When planning a visit, it is worth taking into account that after a longer drought we can not see a waterfall (it runs around 200 days a year), and it is best presented just after heavy rainfall.