Event organised by Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail in association with Croí
Update from the Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival organisers –
In light of the recent developments with the Coronavirus we have decided to cancel our Walking Festival which was scheduled-to take place on March 13, 14 & 15th 2020. As festival organizers, we have a duty of care to all our visitors, guides and our local communities.
The Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival will now be rescheduled for September 2020.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Get your walking boots on and come join us on an 3-day adventure through wild and mysterious rural County Mayo. This trail is set in a truly inspiring landscape, hosting a wealth of heritage that would appeal to any walker. Walkers can discover boreens and ancient pathways as the trail makes its way through a number of picturesque villages towards its destination on the shores of Clew Bay.
Event: 63km walk over 3 days from Balla to Murrisk, Co. Mayo
Dates: September 2020 (TBC)
Entry: €20 per day / €50 for 3 days
This event, organised by Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail, is celebrating its 11th anniversary this year and this is the 4th year it has been in association with Croí!
As this is generally a moderate walk, a reasonable level of fitness is required. Proper walking boots and waterproof rain-gear is essential. Day two would be regarded as being the most difficult. Refreshments are provided at the start, middle and finish of each day.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Clogher Office on 094 9030687.
Note: Teenagers under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No Dogs Allowed on the Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail.
Day 1: Friday, March 13th (Distance: 17km)
8.30am Sharp – Meeting point at Car Park opposite Ballintubber Abbey. Transport provided to starting point.
9am – Registration Balla Community Centre. Tea/Coffee Refreshments provided.
9.30am – Commence Walk from Balla to Ballintubber (17km)
Refreshment stop – Clogher Community Centre , Tea/Coffee sandwiches provided.
3pm – 6pm – Finish Day 1 in Ballintubber.
Day 2: Saturday, March 14th (Distance: 27km)
8.30am Sharp – Meeting point, Aughagower Community Centre.
9am – Registration Aughagower Community Centre. Tea/Coffee Refreshments provided before walkers take a bus to the start point at Ballintubber.
9.30am – Commence Walk from Ballintubber to Aughagower (27km)
Refreshment stop – Killawalla Community Centre, Tea/Coffee sandwiches provided.
4pm – 6pm – Arrive at Aughagower Village.
Day 3: Sunday, March 15th (Distance: 19km)
8.30am Sharp – Meeting point in Murrisk – Car park at the base of Croagh Patrick. Transport to starting point.
9am – Registration Aughagower Community Centre. Tea/Coffee Refreshments provided.
9.30am – Commence Walk from Aughagower to Murrisk (19 km)
Refreshment stop – Brackloon National School, Tea/Coffee sandwiches provided
4pm – 6pm – Arrive at Murrisk.
Free courtesy bus to ferry walkers from the meeting point to registration point each morning. This will ensure that your own personal transport will be at the end point when you finish the walk each day.