Connemara March Guided Walking Breaks
Book a March Walking Break Today
This March, check in on Monday the 11th, 18th or 25th of March for 4 Nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast in the Clifden Station House Hotel, with guided walks of some of Connemara’s most beautiful areas.
Experience the beauty of Connemara in a whole new light this Spring on one of our popular Walking Breaks. As the rugged landscapes come alive with vibrant hues and blooming wildflowers, embark on an unforgettable journey through the heart of Ireland’s west coast. Immerse yourself in the fresh, crisp air as you traverse scenic trails, winding through rolling hills, ancient woodlands, and along the stunning Connemara coastline. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a leisurely stroller, Connemara in spring offers a perfect backdrop for every pace. Discover hidden gems, breathe in the scent of wildflowers, and let the soothing sounds of nature rejuvenate your spirit.
Day 1 Connemara National Park:Your adventure begins with an afternoon exploration of Connemara National Park, a gem that showcases the rugged beauty of the west of Ireland. Ascend the majestic diamond Hill, as our expert guide shares fascinating insights into the rich history and diverse ecosystems of the park. This is a 7km Moderate Looped Walk (400m elevation climb), taking approximately 3.5hrs. There is also a lower loop option available for those who would prefer a more relaxed walk.
Day 2 Tully Mountain: This is a very rewarding hill walk with stunningly beautiful views, featuring quartzite and bright quartz rocks, mountain bog, juniper plants, sea birds and spectacular coastal scenery. It is an 8km Moderate Looped Walk (350m elevation climb). 3.5hrs.
Day 3 Inishbofin Island: Depart from Cleggan Pier and take the ferry (ticket included) to the island of Inishbofin. Inishbofin island has been occupied continuously since the Bronze Age. The Westquarter loop takes in some of the most stunning Atlantic Coast scenery in Connemara offering views of the Island’s blow holes and sea arch, sea stags where the Island seal colony can be seen, the Dún More Cliffs and Iron Age promontory fort ruins, picturesque Trá Gheal beach and famine road. This is an 8km Easy to Moderate Looped Walk, taking approximately 3.5hrs.
On returning from your walks you can relax in our Leisure Centre or book a treatment in Renew Spa before enjoying live music each evening and the best of local cuisine in the Carriage Restaurant or cosy Signal Bar and Restaurant.
€490 Per Person Sharing Double/Twin
€690 Single Occupancy