Sligo Way

The second half of The Sligo Way (Irish: Slí Shligeach) follows the southern shore of Lough Gill. The Sligo Way in total is 78 kilometres (48 miles) long and begins in Larrigan, near Lough Talt and ends in Dromahair. It is designated as a National Waymarked Trail by the National Trails Office of the Irish

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Hazelwood Forest Walk

The Hazelwood area was originally known as Annagh. Located only 4km from Parke’s Castle at Half Moon bay between Lough Gill and Garavogue River. The Hazelwood forest park sculpture trail incorporates a unique series of outdoor sculptures from Irish and International artists. This is a lovely flat forest walk suitable for all ages. Amenitis include

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Doorly Park

A fine riverside amenity, Doorly Park is around 15 minutes walk from Sligo town centre. Once a wetland, now a semi wild landscaped park, it was transformed in the 19th Century by Colonel W.G Woodmartin. Today, lakes, woodland and wetlands offer great picnicking and walking. There is a nature trail that takes in the best

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Killerry Mountain

Rising to 293m Killerry Mountain is an imposing presence over Lough Gill. Part of the Sligo Way runs along the lower reaches.

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Troll Wood

A circular woodland walk along the banks of a small stream. It all seems very pleasant, but beware – there are two Troll Bridges to cross!

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