Cliff Walker Plunged 33ft To Her Death In Mallorca

A 75-year-old Irish woman died when she plunged 33 feet to her death in a hiking accident in Mallorca.

The woman had been walking with a group in Escorca, in the north-western part of the island, when she apparently slipped and fell off the cliff edge.

Local media said she had been hiking the Puig Roig circuit and had fallen from a height of approximately 10 metres in the area of Pas des Segarra.

Her hiking companions had called emergency services.

Picture shows mountaineers climbing on Puig Roig, in Spain. A 75-year-old Irish woman died in Escorca after suffering an accident while on an excursion in the area on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. (Newsflash)

Firefighters, officers from the Spanish Civil Guard’s mountain rescue group and a helicopter were sent to the scene.

Her body was evacuated from the area and taken to nearby Inca for a post-mortem examination.

Several of the 12-strong hiking group – all foreigners of different nationalities – had witnessed the woman losing her balance and falling off the steep cliff.

They were reportedly left distressed by the incident.