The unique terrain and spectacular scenery make walking and hiking in Mulranny a truly memorable experience. It offers wild mountain scenery and dramatic coastal walks and seascapes.  The West Mayo is one of Ireland’s most spectacular and beautiful walking destinations. It offers not only wild mountain scenery but also dramatic coastal walks and seascapes. The vast Nephin Mountain Range and iconic seascape of Clew Bay, with its drowned drumlin islands, provide spectacular views and ever changing hues. Mayo is a county of great geographical contrasts, offering walkers a quality of terrain that few places can compete with. The village of Mulranny lies on an isthmus, a convergence of land and sea, a crossroads of marine and terrestrial habitats. Such is the quality of environment here that a trio of European conservation areas and Ireland’s largest National Park converge on Mulranny. The landscape here has many stories to tell.
All needs and all levels of experience are catered for
Our experienced guides will show you some of our best routes with a strong focus on local history. The Mulranny Park Hotel hosts several walking festivals throughout the year and these guided walks are only a taste of what is on offer in this region.

Marked Walking Trails including Great Western Greenway These walking trails are suitable for walkers of all ages. They pass through forests, along rivers, beaches, through farmland, bogland and over small hills, and are rarely far from a road. Most of the trails have their own map/guide.
All walking networks depend on the goodwill of a variety of local stakeholders including landowners, local businesses and communities. Please respect the property, the rights and needs of each of these groups especially as most walks depend upon permissive access from landowners. Take your litter and close gates behind you!
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