Heartbreaking moment five-year-old scrambles over precarious 600ft Irish cliffs

Heartbreaking moment five-year-old scrambles over precarious 600ft Irish cliffs tied to his father mountaineer

  • Little Luke Miller walked the 800 meter long and 190 meter high Sturrall
  • Sturrall is one of the most frightening sea cliffs in Ireland, but Luke was unaffected
  • Luke, living in County Donegal, Ireland, walked the ridge with his father

Incredible images show a fearless five-year-old climbing the 600-meter-high cliff, and remains unaffected as he stumbles over rocks and dense vegetation.

Little Luke Miller walked the 2600 m long Sturrall – one of the most terrifying sea cliffs in Ireland – last April 25.

Luke, living in County Donegal, walked over the edge of the ridge with only a rope tied to his father, Iain Miller, 48, who followed him closely.

In the video, the brave Luke calmly sees his way over the backs – seemingly carefree due to the frightening drops on both sides.

Luke, living in County Donegal, Ireland, walked over the edge of the mountain massif

Luke, living in County Donegal, Ireland, walked over the edge of the mountain massif

Mr. Miller, who is also a mountaineer, said: & # 39; Last summer, Luke watched a video on YouTube in which I climbed a pile of sea and stated that he wanted to do it too.

& # 39; In the winter, climbing the sea floor was mentioned more and more by Luke, so we started practicing by climbing different cliffs on Cruit Island in County Donegal.

& # 39; Then we waited for a sunny and wind-free day on which we could finally record the Sturrall.

Luke Miller walked the 2600 ft long and 623 ft high Sturrall - one of the most terrifying sea cliffs in Ireland

Luke Miller walked the 2600 ft long and 623 ft high Sturrall - one of the most terrifying sea cliffs in Ireland

Luke Miller walked the 2600 ft long and 623 ft high Sturrall – one of the most terrifying sea cliffs in Ireland

The intrepid young man climbed with only a rope tied to his father, Iain Miller, 48, who followed him

The intrepid young man climbed with only a rope tied to his father, Iain Miller, 48, who followed him

The intrepid young man climbed with only a rope tied to his father, Iain Miller, 48, who followed him

& # 39; The Sturrall is one of the most notable sea cliff features in Ireland, a true headland monster isolated far away from the real world in the southwestern corner of County Donegal.

& # 39; The top of the Sturrall is a rather inaccessible and ominous place to visit. & # 39;

And yet, at the end of the video, captured by the father on his GoPro, Luke hears in a bored voice: & Is it lunch time? & # 39 ;, To the delight of his father.

& # 39; The top of the Sturrall is a rather inaccessible and ominous place to visit & # 39 ;, said Luke & # 39; s father. The young person is depicted triumphantly on the top of the cliff

& # 39; The top of the Sturrall is a rather inaccessible and ominous place to visit & # 39 ;, said Luke & # 39; s father. The young person is depicted triumphantly on the top of the cliff

& # 39; The top of the Sturrall is a rather inaccessible and ominous place to visit & # 39 ;, said Luke & # 39; s father. The young person is depicted triumphantly on the top of the cliff

He said: & # 39; Luke has done indoor climbing and practiced on smaller cliffs, but the Sturrall was definitely his greatest achievement so far.

& # 39; Although the video looks dangerous, the most dangerous thing we did that day was driving to and from the location, the actual climb was very safe, mainly thanks to my expertise.

& # 39; It's no way to put a five-year-old in a dangerous situation. & # 39;

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