Sligo Walks


Walking in the North West of Ireland

The Sligo Southern Hotel is the ideal base for a Walking Holiday in Sligo. 

Sligo, the gateway of the North West of Ireland is a haven for walkers and ramblers alike.


Sligo offers a variety of walks from waymarked routes to coastal paths, and mountain hikes and



Blow off the cobwebs with Atlantic coastal paths and see the well preserved fossils from times past at Streedagh Point, or experience the spectacular scenery from the top of Knocknarea Mountain.


Enjoy Yeats Country “Land of the hearts Desire” in your own time and relax in the evening in our Finnegans Bar or ease those aching muscles in our award winning leisure centre


Sligo offers a variety of both guided and self guided walks throughout the county to suit all


Self Guided Walks


Too many to list


Download Sligo Self Guided Walks Brochure here


Guided Walks



Seatrails provides guided archaeological and historical walking tours within and close to the coastal zone of Co. Sligo. Sligo, both town and county is steeped in history and archaeology. People have been travelling across land and by boat to Sligo for thousands of years passing on traditions. Some of them have left their mark behind within the coastal zone and on the landscape. There are numerous impressive sites and monuments that absolutely must be seen! If you want to do something different and it’s the wow factor you’re looking for when you visit Sligo and if you have a culturally curious mind, then come out with Seatrails and explore!


If you require some more information on Sligo Walks or wish to plan a club walking break, please contact