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Bangor Trail

IE | | 24.9 km

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The Bangor Trail is a waymarked walking trail in Erris, North Mayo, Ireland. It is about 29 kilometres in length. It takes a route south from Bangor Erris through the Nephin Beg Mountain range to Newport and is a fairly tough, remote hiking trail. The area is largely Atlantic blanket bog terrain although the Atlantic is some distance from the trail. The Western Way is another walking trail in the same area. There are several other walking trails in Erris, most of them cliff walks along the Benwee Head and Glinsk areas of the North Mayo coastline overlooking Broadhaven Bay. Walking Maps have been drawn up by Comhar Dún Chaocháin Teo and are available at Carrowteige.

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Appropriateness as Hiking route: 0 comment
Paved: Paved (99.9% - 25 km unpaved)
Traffic load: traffic (low traffic)
Noise pollution: noise

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Nature landscape: nature
Urbanized area: urban
Near water: water

Dominant direction(gdir) help
dir:15% dir:46% dir:29%

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