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.
A long distance waymarked trail which traces the route taken by the Miners through the picturesque hills and valleys of counties Sligo, Leitrim and Roscommon.
Waymarked long distance walking route.
Secluded beach and a picturesque fishing harbour.
The village boasts many attractive walking routes around the river estuary and coastline with splendid views of the Slieve League and Benbulben mountains.
A pleasant linear walk along a forest path which runs between the public road and Drumcliffe bay continuing onto Lissadell beach.
A popular beach with excellent views of Slieve League, Benbulben and Benwiskin.
Part of the Miners Way and Historical Trail.
A 10km loop along quiet roads with spectacular views.
Hillside track leading to caves where Ice Age animal remains have been found.
Road and River Walk.
A short walk through the out-skirts of Tubbercurry.
Scenic hilly roads.
Road and river walk.
Quiet country roads.
Quite roads and tracks.
A network of minor county roads around Bunduff Lough.
Three alternative routes from the car park. The Waterfall, The Lake Shore Road and the “Bog Road” providing access to a spectacular semi-wilderness area in the Dartry Mountains.