After Googling "biggest sea cliff in the world," James Pearson, Cedar Wright, and Yuji Hirayama travel to the Faroe Islands to attempt the 754-meter (2,474 ft) Cape Enniberg. On the remote and beautiful island, located between Iceland and Norway, they face "loose rock, a lot of grass, a lot of birds that want to vomit on you," and even skeptical farmers.
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