Update – The final day of the rescheduled walking festival is June 23rd, 2019!
All previously registered participants go free. If you have not registered, you can do so here. (Registration is €20)
Come and enjoy the wild and mysterious Mayo landscape and get your walking boots on and join us on an adventure through rural County Mayo. This trail is set in a landscape that is truly inspiring, 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.
See below exciting footage from last year’s Heritage Trail, by Tough Soles, Ellie and Carl, who are walking 4,000km+ along all the National Waymarked Trails of Ireland.
I understand that Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail and its associated representatives are not responsible for any harm, loss or damage caused to any walker, event attendee or to their property or equipment while attending or participating in the Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival 2019 or any of its associated activities.
For more information email email@example.com or call Clogher Office on 094 9030687.
Frequent updates on this and similar events are being posted on the Event Facebook Page.
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.
Note: Teenagers under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No Dogs Allowed on the Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail.
Sister Maureen Lally wins Mayo person of the year 2017
Sister Maureen Lally founder of Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival, and who also spearheaded the three-day Annual Walking Festival which takes place in March along the Croagh Patrick Trail, beginning in Balla meandering through the unspoilt landscape and rich heritage of central Mayo. She also served as a board member for the Western Development Commission. To read more click here Connaught Telegraph Article & mayonews.ie article
Route & Distance:
Sunday, June 23rd – Aghagower -Murrisk (19km)
8.30am Sharp – Meeting point Murrisk – Car park at base of Croagh Patrick. Transport to start.
9am Registration Aughagower Community Centre. Tea/coffee refreshments provided.
9.30am Commence walk from Aghagower -Murrisk (19km).
Refreshment stop – Brackloon – Tea/coffee and sandwiches provided.
3pm – 6pm Finish day 3 at Murrisk.