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Ballinamore is central within Leitrim’s beautiful lake district and there are numerous walks ranging from a quiet stroll around a peninsula on Garadice Lake, to a strenuous high trek across the splendid Sliabh-an-Iarainn mountain. At Glenview we will do everything possible to help to advise on a suitable itinerary and the smaller details such as a packed lunches.

Sliabh an Iarainn Hillwalking
Aghacashel is situated between Drumshanbo and Ballinamore on the Sliabh-an-Iarainn mountain, the beautiful rugged mountain in County Leitrim which ascends 585m from the eastern shore of Lough Allen. For groups and individuals wishing to escape the frantic pace and strains of their daily life there are walks to suit everyone in this paradise of unspoilt landscape and tranquillity. There are organised walks most Sundays at 11 am. Please ring in advance to confirm. Hill walking festivals are run during the year in June and September.
About 20 minutes from Glenview.
Contact – Jackie Lee on 00353 71 9642569

The Miners Way
The Miners Way & Historical Trail are a network of walking paths which wind their way through adjoining parts of Counties Leitrim, Roscommon and Sligo. The Miners Way follows many of the paths used by the miners in the Arigna coal mines.
The Arigna Miners Way - including all links - is 62kms(39 miles) long and ascends 1300 metres. The Historical Trail is 56kms(35miles) in length and ascends some 850 metres. They are most suitable for a weeks walking but the visitor can pick and choose which sections to walk.
Contact – Arigna Enterprise Centre on 00353 71 9646072

Maps of the local area are available at the house



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