Slish had a well-stocked oak wood up until the late 1930s but it was heavily exploited during World War 2 when there were fuel shortages. Some small amounts of oak remain dating back to the 18th century still exist.
SEE SATELLITE VIEW: W.B Yeats refers to Dooney Rock in their work 'The fiddler of Dooney'. Excellent views across Lough Gill.
A circut of the Owenaher river valley which leads to masshill at the head of the valley. Mass rock is located on the side of a hill with magnificant views of the valley. It was used as a place of prayer from 1829-1929 during the catholic emancipation. Visable at the...
This is an easy enough trail along the shore line from Enniscrone to Pullaheeney Harbour and back. It all flat but there is no footpath along the shore so it can be a bit tricky. Enjoyable, even for kids. Break the trip at the Pullaheeney Harbour bar for refreshments.
Great forest walk with a lakeside view. The impressive Hazelwood house once owed by the Wynne family was designed by Richard Castle. This forest is small but dense with a excellent variety of tree species.
This walk is an approved Slí na Sláinte walk. The route begins at Kilmactigue Church and National School. Continue up a hill. Stay on this road passing over a small bridge and then taking the next turn to the right. Pass over the Carraloban Bridge and imediately after...
This trail takes you around the runway of Sligo airport and finishes up at a secluded beach. Park near the entrance to Sligo Airport and take the lane down by the fence, through the dunes until you are overlooking the beach. Continue to the right passing close to the...
This way marked route is aproved my Slí na Sláinte. The route starts in Aclare village and is 4km long. It is suitable for cycling also. For more information; email@example.com
Beautiful surfing beach with huge waves (although unsafe to swim). Views of Mullaghmore and Benbulben. Walk takes you around massive sand dunes.
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