|Cliffs of Moher|
A cliff face stretches the expanse of the westernmost part of these lands and plunges to the sea. The Cliff Dwellers residing on the shore there pose more of a threat than the cliffs’ steep drop. A cluster of forest in the south hides Koalinth Caverns, a much safer choice for the mid-skilled adventurer.
- Connacht (East)
Moher is a townland in the Parish of Tomregan, Barony of Tullyhaw, County Cavan, Ireland. The townland name is an anglicisation of the Gaelic placename “Mothar” which means ‘A cluster of trees’.