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All reviews crepes rugby club car park queen maeve easy climb stunning views well worth the effort worth the climb wooden steps great hike steep walk short climb resting place walking boots take your time half way sligo bay
This is a beautiful walk and well organised walk and if weather is good you get fabulous views over Strandhill, The sea, other mountains in the area and Sligo itself. You also get a good work out - whether you do the whole 6.5km route...More
This 327-metre high limestone hill on the Cúil Irra peninsula is located between the bays of Sligo and Ballysadare, with a huge cairn on the summit, called Maeve's Cairn, believed to date back to around 3000 BC. We used the path beginning at Queen Maeve's...More
Great walk up the new stairway built from the strandhill road side opposite the garage to a fair way up, or use the track on the other side of Knocknarea out the top road. and turn left when you get to the trail - about...More
We took our time ,took us 2 hours but we had our 7 year old with us,just need good walking boots as stony in places and can be slippery ,but walk itself not to steep.just bring water and hat as can be cold on very...More
Really nice walk on a good day the views are top class. Their are now two easy routes to go up the mountain. The old route just outside Strandhill has goog parking but the road to it is a little narrow but not too bad....More
Didn't know how to set to queen meaves trail side of mountain with the boardwalk. Started from side where crepes van is. Was blessed with a sunny warm day. Views were amazing!!! When we got to top we walked towards queen meaves trail and could...More
Hi -- I agree with QGJohn. I did encounter some families but the children appeared around 10 and older. I think it would be rather exhausting for the 4 yr. old but if you are ok with lots of stops/rests, you could probably... More
Hi -- I agree with QGJohn. I did encounter some families but the children appeared around 10 and older. I think it would be rather exhausting for the 4 yr. old but if you are ok with lots of stops/rests, you could probably do it. You will need to keep a close eye on them though because of the gravel and steepness in some areas. If it's raining, double-that.