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#1 of 27 Nature & Parks in Sligo
... and now it has become an addiction, even in rain, wind or snowy conditions, this magical and mystical cairn where it is said that” Maeve” queen of Connaught is buried beneath the cairn, superstition tells of p...
The trail starts out as a rocky road for about a half mile, getting steeper as you continue along the “bog bridge” to the summit, which is a wide, open plateau, dominated by the spectacular stony cairn, 55 meters...
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#2 of 27 Nature & Parks in Sligo
If you're a hiker this is an easy walk - just 350m vertical ascent from Luke's bridge, and about 5.5 miles there and back [we took a shortcut on the way back and dived down the flank of the mountain - you could be...
... Ireland of Benbulben Mountain very interesting and living in Canada by the Rockies in Jasper and Banff you have a total different perspective from our snow covered Mountains to here the beauty without the snow.

Dublin Mountains

Dublin 7.7 mi away
#4 of 77 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Walk the ridge from Tibradden to Three Rock, climb to the Hellfire Club, walk alongside Lough Bray to the upper lake, climb to the top of Kippure for a stunning 360° panorama, or just stop and have a 99 at Kilakee...
... gave me an excuse to revisit some of my favourite places and boy were we lucky....beautiful weather stunning views, visited German military graveyard .....so poignant, peaceful by the wee stream.... loved it
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Killiney Hill

Killiney 8.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Killiney
Walkers, dog lovers and fresh air enthusiasts - will love the many captivating views of sea, Wicklow Mountains, City, harbour and Dublin Mountains that are all on the one great walk in a handy loop.
The real draw here are the fantastic views, stretching all the way from Dublin City to the west, the Irish sea to the east, and the Wicklow mountains to the south.
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Bray Head

Bray 12.3 mi away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Bray
The climb from the beach to the top takes about 30mins, well worth it when you make it to the top, fantastic picturesque views of the Wicklow countryside and the Dublin / Wicklow mountains.
The hike up to see the cross at the peak offers panoramic views of the scenic Wicklow Mountains and the Sugar Loaf; many people make a pilgrimage up here during Holy Week.

Croagh Patrick

County Mayo
#6 of 59 Nature & Parks in County Mayo
The summit can be reached by 22 mile hike from Ballintubber or from the base in Murrisk to climb the rocky face to the summit wear, legend has it, St. Patrick converted Ireland to Christianity.
The most important thing is to be prepared, hiking boots are really the best footwear for this climb.Take a small backpack- plenty of water,energy snacks/sandwiches, waterproof jacket and trousers (weather at the...
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Achill Island
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Achill Island
We added it to Google maps, so it should be easier to find! Ignore the towers (radio?) and enjoy the view...and the sheep.
There is a place to park the car just beside the masts and you can either take in the view from there or you can walk up to the peak where the view is spectacular.
#12 of 27 Nature & Parks in Sligo
#41 of 61 Nature & Parks in County Galway
Our last trip there was on an overcast day in Winter travelling from the Galway direction, on a narrow but empty road (apart from the occasional sheep) that ran through a unique boggy landscape with very sparse br...
I was driving the road adjacent to these mountains and in the overcast conditions they looked to be brooding.
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Achill Island
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Achill Island

Maumturk Mountains

County Galway
#46 of 61 Nature & Parks in County Galway

Tully Mountain

#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Letterfrack
#58 of 61 Nature & Parks in County Galway


County Galway
#59 of 61 Nature & Parks in County Galway

Binn Chaonaigh

County Galway
#61 of 61 Nature & Parks in County Galway