Sligo Walks Videos

Promotional video featuring some of the most iconic walks in Sligo.

Each of these short videos highlights the beauty and diversity of the walks in Co. Sligo, which is located in the north west of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way .

Click an image to visit the info page for that walk which contains a video overview, photos, map and description.

A short strenuous hike to one of Ireland’s largest Bronze Age hillforts.
Spectacular views of Ben Bulben along a choice of looped walks, ranging in distance from 3km-6km.

This walk incorporates a number of short looped trails, which are located close to the centre of Tubbercurry
Located just minutes from Sligo town, ‘The Point’ is the ideal place to visit when you spend a few days relaxing in Sligo.
This trail follows an ancient route which led to the Curlew Pass, an area of great strategic importance during the Middle Ages.
A short upland walk which brings you to Ireland’s highest waterfall, at 150m (492ft).
Union wood is a large area of mixed forestry located between Coolooney, Ballygawley and Ballisodare and provides a wonderful amenity for Sligo.
A forest and lakeside walk located just a few minutes drive from Sligo, overlooking Lough Gill
The Queen Maeve Trail on Knocknarea is one of the most iconic walks in Sligo.
Located in Strandhill, Co. Sligo, a stunning coastal walk through the dunes.