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The unspoilt and varying landscapes, unique scenery and rich heritage and folklore mark it as the ideal walking and cycling destination for exploring the great outdoors!

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  • North Mayo (44)
  • West Mayo (44)
  • Central Mayo (29)
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  • South Mayo (11)
  • East Mayo (3)

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Knock Lecarrow Loop

Knock Shrine is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site and national shrine in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, where locals saw an apparition in 1879 of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint John the Evangelist, angels, and Jesus Christ (the Lamb of God). 
Difficulty

Moderate

Walk Length

6.5 km

Duration

2.5 hr

Code

CM120

Knock Cullentragh Loop

Knock Shrine is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site and national shrine in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, where locals saw an apparition in 1879 of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint John the Evangelist, angels, and Jesus Christ (the Lamb of God). 
Difficulty

Hard

Walk Length

17.7 km

Duration

4.5 hr

Code

CM110

Kilmovee Loop 1 Kilclare

Kilmovee is halfway between Kilkelly and Ballaghaderreen, on the R325 road. Kilmovee is rich in archaeology with 7 Caiseals in the Kilmovee area. Caiseal is the Irish word for a circular stone fort.
Difficulty

Moderate

Walk Length

7.2 km

Duration

2 hr

Code

CM090

Kilmovee Walk To Cashel

Difficulty

Easy

Walk Length

2.5 km

Duration

1 hr

Code

CM080

Kilmovee Loop Magheraboy Purple

Kilmovee is halfway between Kilkelly and Ballaghaderreen, on the R325 road. Kilmovee is rich in archaeology with 7 Caiseals in the Kilmovee area. Caiseal is the Irish word for a circular stone fort. 
Difficulty

Moderate

Walk Length

8 km

Duration

2 hr

Code

CM070

Kilmovee Loop 2 Rusheens

Kilmovee is halfway between Kilkelly and Ballaghaderreen, on the R325 road. The parish is named after Saint Mobhí, as Kilmovee or Cill Mobhí in Irish, which means the church of St Mobhí. St Mobhí came to the area to continue on the work of St Patrick. Kilmovee is rich in archaeology with 7 Caiseals in the Kilmovee area. Caiseal is the Irish word for a circular stone fort. 
Difficulty

Easy

Walk Length

3.8 km

Duration

1 hr

Code

CM060

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Mayo has so much more to offer walking enthusiasts than any other county in the country! There are all kinds of walking trails, including Mountain, Coastal and Island, Rural and Urban Greenways, and National Loop Trails. Here you will find an abundance of information, including directions, detailed maps, descriptions and photographs.

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Mount Jubilee Loop
North Mayo

Mount Jubilee Loop

This is an enjoyable walk along quiet country lanes and bog trails. There are fantastic views over Achill Island, Mount Jubilee bog, Goolamore bog, the Oweniny River and Tullaghan Bay. 

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Knock Mannin Lake Loop
Central Mayo

Knock Mannin Lake Loop

Knock Shrine is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site and national shrine in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, where locals saw an apparition in 1879 of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint John the Evangelist, angels, and Jesus Christ (the Lamb of God).

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What's New

New Recreation & Tourism Facilities in Mayo
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New Recreation & Tourism Facilities

Check out details of new Recreation & Tourism facilities developed in County Mayo during 2022.

Banshees of Inisherin Location Trail
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Banshees of Inisherin Location Trail

Achill Island in County Mayo was home to the film set of the award-winning film “The Banshee of Inisherin”.

'On Your Bike' To Explore Co. Mayo!

Within Mayo, there is a feast of great cycling options through a series of scenic routes. There are country roads leading to seaside coves, and to mountain tops.

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