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“... footwear, bring a light waterproof jacket, carry a backpack with water and snacks for energy when you reach the top and, most importantly, have a good camera to take it the captivating sights from the bay below.”
“It's one of the hardest hiking routes ( pilgrimage place) in Ireland but if you are lucky enough to get a sunny day it definitely worth the climb at the top you going to find one of the best view of the surroundin...”
“This walk takes in spectacular views and a terrific narrative by Gerard on the life and times of people who lived in the area during the 19th and 20th centuries - including his direct family line.”
“The walk, which is very leisurely and within the capabilities of any casual walker of any age, continues to the deserted famine village, a beautiful valley and waterfall, a view out over Killary Harbour and eventu...”
“... family memorabilia which is worth a look and there are lots of books about Ireland and the area strewn around the windowsills that you can look at if you tire of the magnificent views over Doolough Valley.”
“It is just quite breathtaking and spectacular to see.We loved the mountainside setting and the stunning view of the lakes and trees.The Victorian walled gardens were lovely and we really enjoyed walking around the...”
“As with everything that Kylemore Abbey provides, the grounds are immaculate, the views are stunning and the Victorian walled garden is one of the best restorations and examples I've seen.”