Coordinates 344

Uploaded April 4, 2009

Recorded April 2009

603 f
48 f
4.0 mi

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near Glenroe, County Clare (Ireland)

"Deep in the heart of the Burren lies the mountain of Mullaghmore, one of the most sublimely beautiful landscapes in Ireland. Embodying the very best of the Burren, with its breathtaking views, intriguing geological features, rich flora and evocative monuments, it is a place that never fails to impress" (Burrenbeo). This walk follows the blue marked trail on and around the mountain with the addition of an adventurous alternative. Though leading through some rough terrain you may expect unusual rock formations and fossils which you don't find anywhere else in the Burren. Use extreme caution on the whole track and watch your step. Finish the experience with a tea & scones in Father Ted's House, nearby. More about the area on http://www.mullaghmore-burren.com and burrenbeo.com
Blue Walk Alternative
Follow Blue Markers if you do not want to take the more adventurous option of the track
Top of Mullaghmore Mountain 174m
Parking Bay
Parking Bay
  • Photo of Rare Formation
Very unsusal limestone formation
  • Photo of Turlough
Typical Burren Lake which may dry out in summer


  • mcmbalaguer Jul 16, 2011


  • Patrick Cross Mar 7, 2013

    I was up there today. Really amazing place, didn't meet one other person. Must continue on to the next two peaks when i get a chance.

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