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If you get off the jetty, turn right and keep going you will eventually come to a narrow strip of land separating two beaches at the northern end of the island. Beware! The cliff to the left (which you may well not see) is a sheer drop with no warning and no fencing. We were on bicycles and could easily have gone over the edge. That said, it is seven years since I was last on Tory so this may well have been rectified by now.
Written Oct 17, 2007
The seas around Tory can get very rough. Apart from the obvious danger of seasickness, you may also be physically cut off from 'the country' or more accruately - mainland Ireland.
It has been known for the Island to be cut off in winter for up to SIX WEEKS.
This is very unlikely in summer, but you may lose a day - so don't rely on a 'must-do' connection to an airport the day you are supposed to leave the place.
If a ferry is not running, then it is sometime possible to get a ride on the Helicopter, but its costly.
Updated Oct 8, 2003