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Fauna and Flora Connemara National Park - 1-Day Self Guided Tour
"Connemara National Park offers safe and easy trails that allow the whole family to participate to the challenging tracks and trails specifically for those who are very serious about their walking. Spend a wonderful day outdoors and breathe in the pure fresh Connemara air. The area is dominated by the Twelve Bens boarded by Lough Corrib in the East and the Atlantic on the West. Arrive at the Connemara National Park in Letterfrack in the morning and view an exhibition on the Connemara Landscape (multi-lingual) before experiencing an interesting Audio """Welcome to the wonderful wilderness that is West of Ireland punctuated by wild rugged landscapes windswept blanket bogs
From EUR29.00
 
Explore Connemara National Park - 1-Day Self Guided Tour from Galway
"The day starts in Galway where you will take the bus from the New Coach Station in central Galway at 9.00am (transportation is included in this package). The bus will take you to the beautiful village Letterfrack.You will arrive Letterfrack at 11.05am and we suggest you just have to present it.After lunch you will start to walk up to the Diamond Hill. The hike takes approximately 3 hours so please do not start later than 3.00pm. On the walk you will explore the parks fauna and flora such as beautiful Peacock Butterflies red deers or some of the famouse Connemara Ponys. When you reach the top of the Diamond Hill you will have a stunnig view over the National Park the village Letterfrack and the wild Atlantic. Before ending the route take your time to appreciate this unique area and breathe in the pleasant air of the wild west of Ireland.You will depart from Letterfrack back to central Galway at 6.05pm
From EUR60.00
 
Guided Connemara Day Tour from Galway
"You depart Galway in the morning north along the Wild Atlantic Way your fully trained and your local driver guide will take you through the Claddagh and Salthill. You will then head west along the southern shores of Connemara looking out across Galway Bay. As your tour passes through the picturesque villages of Barna Furbo Spiddal and Inverin
From EUR47.00

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Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey was constructed between 1867 and 1871 by Mitchell and Margaret Henry. They had visited Connemara already during their honeymoon in the 1850s and loved the area very much. When Mitchell...
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The Dawros Walk

At Letterfrack Lodge I had found a leaflet with information about the Dawros Walk. As it was still a beautiful late afternoon after I had hiked up on Diamond Hill and visited one of the cafés in the...
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Diamond Hill

Connemara National Park Visitor Centre is situated in Letterfrack. It was closed in the end of February when I visited but it is here that the trail up on Diamond Hill, a mountain 442m high, begins....
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Hiking on Tully Mountain

I had seen photos from Tully Mountain and wanted to do a hike there while in Letterfrack. When I asked Mike at Letterfrack Lodge about the mountain he borrowed me a map, and drew on the map where I...
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Hiking near Kylemore Abbey

I had read that there was a trail up the mountain above Kylemore Abbey to a statue, the Sacred Heart Statue and of course I wanted to do some hiking while there. To my disappointment you can only walk...
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