Inis Nee loop

Walking
County Galway
4.5/5
5 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 6 km
Time 2 hours 15 minutes
Format Loop
Ascent 30 m
Dogs Allowed Under effective control
Waymarking purple arrow on white background
Start Point
by the bridge onto Inishnee island
Finish Point
by the bridge onto Inishnee island
Nearest Town to Start Roundstone
Grid Ref. L 732 422
Lat. and Long. 53.414361, -9.907476

This walk takes you on minor roadways and old laneways by bridge onto Inishnee Island where it circles the central section of the island, with the opportunity to stop off at the old Reilig Naomh Maitiú (St Mathias’s graveyard) and beautiful Connemara coastal scenery on all sides.

Maps and other information

Trail Management

Clifden Tourist Information Office
T: +353 9521163
E: clifdentouristoffice@failteireland.ie

Facilities

Ample extended roadside car parking at trailhead

Please keep dogs under close control

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 44
5 trail reviews
4.5/5
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5/5
01/21/2019

Tom from Dublin

This is a gem of a walk — great views — lots to explore on the way.. easy but very enjoyable.
5/5
01/01/2019

Maryse from Galway

We absolutely loved our walk this morning.

Beautiful scenery everywhere you looked.

We would highly recommend.

01/01/2019

Breffnie from Antrim

A complete joy of a trail....it's like a selection box of everything the West of Ireland has to offer....cosy harbours with brightly painted boats, vast horizons to the twelve Ben's, an ancient graveyard and the promising bright seafront terrace of Roundstone in the distance promising crab claws and white wine or coffee and scones. A big thank you to whoever got this trail up and running....it's a big addition to my annual holidays in this part of the world.
4/5
05/30/2015

Anne from Kilkenny

Very pleasant walk, easy. Great views of the coast.
4/5
02/09/2015

Margaret from Galway

The views per effort on this walk are amazing. I would thoroughly recommend walking it. It is not physically challenging.

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