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  1. Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage

    Murrisk, Mayo

    Located six miles west of Westport on the Louisburgh Road, Croagh Patrick is one of County Mayo's most famous landmarks. The mountain overlooks Clew Bay and the entire Western coastline. Read more

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  2. Erris Walks

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Erris is a beautiful, authentic, heritage, cultural & adventure destination and it has been voted by ‘The Irish Times’ as the best place in Ireland to go wild! The area is unspoilt, untouched and unique. There are various loops and routes in the area Read more

  3. Bellacorick Bog Loop

    Crossmolina, Mayo

  4. Kilmaine - Nature walk

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    This walk takes you on a path beside the N84 before joining a stream lined with native trees where you walk through fields, passing the outline of an ancient ring fort. Read more

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  5. Moorehall Walk

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    This walk follows forest road as it circles through Moore Hall to reach the ruined Moorehall House and its old walled garden and continues back to the car park. Good views of Lough Carra from the shore across the road from the car park. Read more

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  6. Clogher Bog Loop

    Claremorris, Mayo

    Saint Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, made County Mayo his home for many years around 400AD. Spending 40 days and nights on the imposing Croagh Patrick, he banished snakes, dragons and demonic forces from his vantage point. Read more

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  7. Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail

    Ballintubber, Mayo

    The dazzling quartzite pyramid of Croagh Patrick (764m), which dominates the land south of Clew Bay in the west of Ireland, has been a holy mountain since before Christian times. Read more

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  8. The Old Pilgrim Road - Ballintubber

    Ballintubber, Mayo

    From Ballintubber runs the old pilgrim road to Croagh Patrick, some 22 miles away. The road is known as Tochar Phadraig, after Ireland's patron saint. Read more

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  9. Knock Shrine

    Knock, Mayo

    Knock Shrine in Knock, County Mayo, captures the compelling story of the Knock Apparition of 1879 and tells of the fifteen people who witnessed the event. A full range of facilities are available to visiting pilgrims. Read more

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  10. Belleek - Nature Trail

    Ballina, Mayo

    The Belleek Nature trail, on the edge of Ballina wanders through mixed woodland and along the banks of the River Moy. Read more

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