Views from the too are amazing. Climb is very doable. Good boardwalk in place. Can get view of Kylemore Abbey and the loughs.
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This was one of my favorite landscapes. The roads were not difficult to transverse and the ability to pull off to take pictures were adequate.
I went to visit the national park to climb diamond hill. The walk was great, all signs and way markers in place which was great. But more than I realised, there are great walks and a super play area for families and kids. Great way...More
One of the six national parks this one reminds one of the changes in Connemara and Ireland with the potatoe famine Rough land hard to use good for grazing sheep and cattle. Abuts the Atlantic and has cold winds most of the year
Absolutely incredible views and the walk to the top of the mountain totally worthwhile. You need to allow 3 hours for the round trip. There is a cafe at the entrance so you can grab a bite or drink there. They also have maps of...More
This is a remote, very scenic, mountainous region with several small villages. A tour through the area will provide you with some spectacular scenery and a drive along the Wild Atlantic Way. Highly recommend it.