COLMCILLE REGIONChairman: Willie Maye
Secretary: Tom Lyons
Donegal also proudly boasts the highest sea cliffs in Europe at Sliabh a'Liag, west of Killybegs. Mount Errigal, the best known and most prominent mountain in Donegal stands 2,466 feet high (751m). Two of the counties other prominent mountains are Slieve Snacht in Inishowen at 682m high and Muckish (lies beside Mount Errigal) at 669m high.
Donegal benefits from an amazing coastline, along which runs the Wild Atlantic Way. For anyone involved in water sports or other outdoor activities, this coastline is supplemented by many inland lakes and rivers, providing ideal locations for a wide variety of water related activities, including fishing. Sheltered seas are to be found in Donegal Bay, Lough Swilly and Lough Foyle, where sailing, pleasure boating and fishing can be enjoyed and of course the welcome of the hills of Donegal and of her homes, remembered in song and verse is now legendary.