Northern Ireland: Game of ThronesSallagh Braes: The Riverlands
Sallagh Braes is the name for a formation of basalt cliffs that form a striking natural amphitheatre - 100 metres high and 2 kilometres long. The area was one of the first regions in Ireland to be inhabited by humans.
In Game of Thrones, the moorlands below the cliffs were used for the scenes in Season 6, Episode 7: The Broken Man.
After surviving his fight with Arya Stark, The Hound settles with a group of villagers, led by Septon Brother Ray, in a remote corner of the Riverlands. They are in the process of building a Septry, when a gang from the Brotherhood without Banners arrives. While The Hound is in a nearby glade chopping wood, the Brotherhood murder the villagers and hang the Septon.
The Hound returns too late to help his friends.
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The moorlands below the escarpment can be reached via the Ulster Way trail. Park your car at the Linsford carpark on Feystown Road. This is the starting point for the walk.