Sli Gaeltacht Mhuscrai

County Cork
2 reviews
Length 50 km
Format Linear
Dogs Allowed No
Waymarking Yellow arrow on black background
Start Point
Finish Point
Nearest Town to Start Kealkill
Grid Ref. W 047 562
Lat./Lon. 51.749338, -9.379229

Slí Gaeltacht Mhuscraí is a section of the famous Beara-Breifne Way, linking Kealkill and Millstreet in County Cork. At approximately 50 kilometres in length, the trail offers some stunning views on a variety of terrain, from forest track and boreen to open mountain and bogland and there are many sites of interest and beauty.


Ample car parking

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheets 79 and 85

phil from Clare

Walked part of the route from Kealkill to Gougane Barra and back recently. Road sections are a little boring but the off road trails are excellent. Really well way-marked, which during heavy fog on the hilly sections was very useful. Great day out. Consider driving out of Kealkill as the first few miles are all on road and you can park before the start of the first off-road section.

Robbie from Cork

Did a recce of Kealkill-Gougane Barra, but in reverse. Extremely well marked. No issue whatsoever. On arriving at Kealkill, checked out the Castle on river bank, and invited in for tea, biscuits and a 2 hour chat about the local area.. Great morning out..

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