Ballymote Heritage Trail

  • Length:- 3.5km
  • Time:- 45 min

Starting at Ballymote Community Park, you’ll pass the ruins of Ballymote Abbey, then a statue of Brother Walfrid, founder of Celtic FC, then Ballymote Castle, the Corn Mill and finally Emlaghfad Church.

Tubbercurry Trail

  • Length:- 4km
  • Time:- 1 Hour
Tubbercurry Trail

This Trail is a forest and bog land trail located on the Ballina Road in Tubbercurry. The trail allows for a range of route options through both deciduous and coniferous forestry and onto open bog and connects the Ballina Road to the Rhue Road.

Cairns Hill

  • Length:- 1.3km
  • Time:- 45 Mins

This hidden gem is located just a short walk from Sligo Town.
Close to Cleveragh Park and Sligo Racecourse on the Holy Well Road, this forest walk provides views of Sligo Bay, Ben Bulben and Lough Gill through occasional breaks in the trees.

Benbulben Forest Walk

  • Length:- 5.5km
  • Time:- 1.5 Hours
Benbulbin Gortarowey Forest Walk

A all weather surface suitable for all ages and abilities with panoramic views of Benbulbin head, Donegal Bay, Slieve League, Mullaghmore and Classiebawn Castle.

Glenwood

  • Length:- 3km (return)
  • Time:- 45 mins
Glenwood Walk

A pleasant forest walk with a lovely shaded picnic area.

Strandhill

  • Length:- 4km Return
  • Time:- 1 hr to 1hr 30mins Return
Strandhill

This beach boasts one of the country’s most popular surfing spots.

Rosses Point

  • Length:- 3km
  • Time:- 1 Hour
Rosses Point Walk

Promenade and village walk with views of Oyster Island and Coney Island.

Easkey

  • Length:- 2km
  • Time:- 30 mins
Easkey

The village boasts many attractive walking routes around the river estuary and coastline with splendid views of the Slieve League and Benbulben mountains.

Enniscrone

  • Length:- 6km
  • Time:- 2 hrs
Enniscrone

A walking route with panoramic views of Killala Bay and the surrounding coast.

Lissadell

  • Length:- 2.6km Return
  • Time:- 45 mins
Lissadell

A pleasant linear walk along a forest path which runs between the public road and Drumcliffe bay continuing onto Lissadell beach.