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Stunning Views but beware of steep incline

Keshcorran is the highest hill in the Bricklieve/Curlew area and is capped by a large un-opened... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
1907Dee
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Sligo, Ireland
Remote village, beautiful views

What can I say, my grandfather and great grandfather was born in Knockbrack, Keash - how could this... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2017
Yorkshire-Family2008
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Kesh | Ballymote, Sligo, Ireland
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Reviewed 4 April 2017

Keshcorran is the highest hill in the Bricklieve/Curlew area and is capped by a large un-opened cairn which is known locally as the pinnacle. Seventeen caves are located on the western side of the mountain. According to folklore former High King of Ireland Cormac Mac...More

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Reviewed 11 March 2017

What can I say, my grandfather and great grandfather was born in Knockbrack, Keash - how could this place not be beautiful!!

Thank Yorkshire-Family2008
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Visiting Kesh Caves and surrounding mountains and countryside proves that tourist Ireland hasn't reach everywhere. This was very hard to find but meeting locals and exploring dirt roads brought us back in time. This is beautiful and amazing. We will visit Ireland many more times,...More

1  Thank gwarc2015
Reviewed 14 September 2016

These caves are accessible by walking up a steep path and then along a narrow track about a foot wide bordering a steep alebit grassy slope with a drop of about 50ft. So I found it fine as worst taht woudl happen is taht you...More

1  Thank BinDereDoneDat
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Dangerous for a wet day as the path in front of the mountain was a steep thin grass trail. The larger caves are the first ones ones in the row and are really cool to walk in through. They get smaller along the row. the...More

1  Thank Cara H
Reviewed 13 July 2016

Keshcorran was a remarkable sight to enjoy the beautiful caves and the ancient stones dividing fields up the hillside! See the top cairns of Carrowkeel from the base. Lovely walk - bring your Wellies or hiking boots.

Thank Tami K
Reviewed 27 February 2016

Keshcorran is the highest and most north-westerly peak in the Bricklieve mountains area which is part of the Curley mountains. It is located in Keash which is about 7.3 km from Ballymote in Co Sligo by way of the R295. The peak at Kilcorran pinnacle...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2015

I looked out my bedroom window growing up at this and never climbed it more to my shame. While home on a visit on a beautifully crisp winters morning I went up. Its a little steep and you need to be a little surefooted but...More

Thank slidey
Reviewed 7 June 2014

This site, would probably rate a 5, if, I had been able to find the correct path, winding up the mountain. I will have to save it for another trip.

3  Thank Kesh_grammy
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