Connemara Walks Worth Exploring

Hikes & Walks

From long hikes to easy strolls, look no further than the Connemara National Park which has the perfect hike up Diamond Hill. With a height of 442 metres, you will be sure to experience some of the most stunning views from the top. There are also some easy strolls along the trails within the park.

Another great walk is the Alcock & Brown landing site which is located in Derrygimlagh on the Ballyconneely road. The area is equipped with presentation-boards answering many questions regarding the highlights of the area. Alcock & Brown's first transatlantic flight was achieved in 1919 so you will be full of great knowledge by the end of your walk.
Hikes & Walks

Connemara National Park

The national park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grass...
Hikes & Walks

Dooneen Greenway

4km of walking/cycling route which follows the route of the historic Galway – Clifden rail...
lcock Brown landing site in Clifden - Abbeyglen Castle
Hikes & Walks

Landing place of Alcock & Brown

Aviators Alcock and Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.