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Knockma Hill, Galway

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Susan
Susan
March 17, 2020
The highest point in East Galway, Knockma is a favourite local walking trail with a panoramic vista over Lough Corrib, ranging from Croagh Patrick on the north horizon to the Burren in the south. The summit has two Neolithic mounds (ca. 3,000 BC) one of which is said to be the burial place of…
John
John
July 21, 2018
A 4-5km hill walk. Good views
Sharon
Sharon
April 9, 2018
I love this place.. it is full of magic.
Michelle
Michelle
May 22, 2017
A mystical forest walk with old ruins. There are hidden graves and ruins in this forest that are believed to be the resting places for the old king and Queen of Connaught. Also believed to be the hill of the Fairies, this place is older than New grange and completely untouched.

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“A 5 minute drive from Oranmore. Beautiful spot to walk. Really good playground too. ”
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Staðsetning
Belclare, County Galway