The Suck Valley Way offers a truly tranquil walking experience, meandering along the banks of the River Suck, with its numerous lakes and drainage channels. This circular walking route is 105km in length and passes through counties Roscommon & Galway.
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The landscape on-route features bogs, callows, woodland and unspoilt traditional farmland of many tiny fields, and makes for wonderful and varied low-land walking. The terrain consists of a pleasant mix of cross-country paths through fields and woods, quiet side roads and there are a number of stretches along the banks of the river itself. Walkers are offered the opportunity to take in nearby towns and villages of Ballygar, Creggs, Glinsk, Ballymoe, Ballintubber, Dunamon, Castlecoote, Athleague, Mount Talbot and Castlerea at frequent intervals along the way, which offer refreshments for visitors and a chance to soak in all the culture and craic of rural Ireland.
|Duration||Full walk takes up to 5 days|
|Difficulty||Easy to moderate in places|
Access to this land is due to the kind permission of the landowners. The walk is on working farmland and no dogs are allowed. Please follow the directional signage for this trail and please respect the environment by following the principles of Leave no Trace.
For further information visit the www.discoversuckvalleyway.ie