Walking Ireland, Keenagh Loop WalkThis is a beautiful scenic walk with panoramic views of high mountains, a heavenly valley, vegetation and crystal clear rivers and streams. It presents the walker with a lot of variety and changing terrain and its length (11.5km) and rate of assent make it a challenging walk.

The combination of spectacular scenery and remote wilderness together with the variety of terrain make this a walker's dream. Kennagh is near the village of Addergoole where 11 nativies of this village died in the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. You will enjoy wonderful views towards Glenhest and Newport to the South and on the return spectacular views of North Mayo all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.

Loop: Kennagh Loop Walk
Start / Trailhead: Bellanaderg Bridge
Distance / Difficulty 11.5 km / Hard
Ascent 250m
Terrain: Riverbank, grassy tracks,
mountain tracks & sandy paths

The Trek West gallery for the Keenagh Loop walk

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