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Beautiful location tucked away off the beaten track with a port a loo even on site. Stunning scenery with breath taking views over the bay. Was very wet and mucky climb would recommend wellies for the climb
When it’s been raining, wear quality rain boots with good grip! I fell into the sheep muck twice today, entirely my fault for not wearing good grip. Stay on the path, worth the muck for the incredible vistas. Sheep were very tame, don’t be scared.
The Erris Peninsula is right on the Atlantic coast and part of the Wild Atlantic Way. The peninsula is in the firing line of the strong winds from the ocean, for this reason on the Erris Head Looped walk you will not see a single...More
Although this well-marked walk does not get the attention that many others do, it is indeed outstanding. Cliffs and coastal scenery, and without the crowds. I saw only two other people, at the end of a two-hour walk. There is a dress code: good walking...More
We drove to Erris Head, it’s an unassuming little teeny inlet. We went up the hill, thinking this will be a nice walk. It takes you along the coast, which is just so stunning! We were there on Easter Saturday so the weather was sunny...More