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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Do The Tour Walking Tour

    Castlebar, Mayo

    DoTheTour.com offers the freedom to discover new places in your own time and at your own pace at the press of a button. Our unique and exciting audio guides are available for hire in major tourist destinations throughout Ireland. Read more

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  5. Lookout Hill Loop

    Mulranny, Mayo

    A-B. Leaving the trailhead near the pier, follow the green (and purple) arrows along the surfaced road. The purple arrows are for the longer Bunnahowna Loop. After 300m the road swings right - but you proceed straight ahead onto an old laneway. Climb the hill, veer left at a house on a Y-junction, and follow the road through a crossroads. After 200m watch for a waymarker which directs you to the right and off road on to a fence along the back of forestry. Follow the fence for 500m to exit again onto a surfaced road where you turn left. After 100m pass the church and school and cross the N59 onto a woodland track.

    B-C. Follow the track uphill to join a forestry roadway and turn left. Continue to follow the green and purple arrows before turning right and ascending to the top of Lookout Hill. Enjoy the views before descending to join the old railway line where both the blue and purple loops turn left - but you turn right.

    C-D. Continue to follow the old railway line for 300m to reach old railway buildings where you turn right and descend to the front of a hotel and cross the N59 again onto steps down to Trawoughter Strand.

    D-A. Descend the steps and join the causeway across the strand and enjoy the last 300m back to the trailhead.
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  6. 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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  7. Lettermaghera Loop

    Newport, Mayo

    Clew Bay in County Mayo stands out as one of the real coastal treasures of Ireland. Overlooked by the striking Croagh Patrick, Clew Bay is surrounded by mountains on virtually every side, with the Nephin Beg range to the north and the Sheeffry Hills to the south. Read more

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  8. Dúlra Nature Tours - Walking Erris

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Relax and enjoy a two-day/two-night getaway in Erris with Dúlra Nature Tours while a local guide brings to life this remote and beautiful landscape. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Kilmaine - Killernan loop

    Ballinrobe, Mayo

    This is a peaceful, relaxing countryside loop taking in green fields and quiet road with farm and stone-wall views and passing the ruins of Killernan Castle. Read more

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