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Click below to select Route Description..........Hillwalking in Connemara......

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Sléibhte Mám Tuirc - Maamturks

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{short description of image}Cnoc na h'Uilleann circuit

{short description of image}Leenaun Horseshoe

{short description of image}Corcóg

Na Béanna Béola - Twelve Pins

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{short description of image}Binn Bhán

{short description of image}Binn Leitrí

{short description of image}Binn Leitrí and Binn Gabhar

{short description of image}Gleann Éidhneach horseshoe

{short description of image}Gleann Éidhneach half horseshoe

{short description of image}Gleann Chochán Horseshoe - "the Derry Clare horseshoe"

Ben Choonas

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{short description of image}The Famine Road - Killary Harbour

{short description of image}Lough Fee to Kylemore Lough


{short description of image}Leic Áimhréidh

{short description of image}Tully Mountain

{short description of image}Binn Gorm

{short description of image}Cnoc Mordain

{short description of image}Maol Réidh

©1997-1999 Eoin Delaney




Note from Author

This home page is a summary of some of my favourite walking routes in the Connemara mountains. The idea is to provide a sample of interesting walks with route descriptions and photographs. Estimated walking times are given for each route. These estimates are based on the average walking speed of a person with reasonable fitness and reasonable walking experience.

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I  must remind you, never to go walking in the mountains alone, and always go with an experienced hillwalker or mountaineer. A good compass, map and map reading skills are essential. Emergency food supplies, good quality clothing are also a must.  I recommend, if you are planning a walking trip in this area, that you purchase a proper walking guide and a good map (OSM) from selected bookshops or adventure sport outfitters.


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