Enjoy any of our SATURDAY 29th April 2017 walks with a one day ticket.
Walk One - Category A - 12 Bens
A great day’s walking in prospect, our walk will take in 3 of the 12 Ben’s and will include the highest peak in the range Binn Bhán at 729m
The walk begins in Gleninagh and winds its way up the valley to the col at Maumina before ascending the scree slopes to Binn Bhán.
From there the walk proceeds through Binn Fhaoigh and onwards to Binn Bhreac before our final descent to the farm at Kylemore.
Distance: c. 14km.
Duration: c. 6-7 hours.
Ascent: c. 1050m
Walk Two - Category B - Central Maumturks
Starting from the Inagh Valley we start out by following the river that flows from the tiny lough’s on the Southern Flanks of Barrlugrevagh.
From spot height 558 we turn South East through points 541 and 499 before the ascent of Knocknahillion. At 606m the views in every
direction are fantastic. We begin our descent to the hanging lake Lough Mám Ochoige before exiting out the valley floor.
A 3k roadwalk takes us to Lough Inagh Lodge for refreshments. .
Distance: c. 12km.
Duration: c. 5 hours.
Ascent: c. 700m
Grade: Moderate / Hard
Walk Three - Category C - Killary Harbour Famine Track
Beginning in Rosroe this 7k walk along the famine road that was built by the starving Irish peasants during the Great Famine of 1845 – 1849.
The walk passes through the now deserted village of Foher where the ruins of several houses can be seen.
Distance: c. 8km.
Duration: c. 3 hours.
Ascent: c. 50m
Grade: Easy – suitable for all. The track can be wet and boggy in places.
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