Spend your Easter weekend hiking and climbing in Sligo and take in all the spectacular views. Get the family out for a weekend of exhilarating exercise and fresh air.

Carrowkeel is an interesting megalithic complex located on the northern plateaus of the Bricklieve Mountains. It is one of a series of limestone plateaus aligned towards Knocknarea.

Heapstown is the site of the largest cairn in Ireland. It is unique in that it is located on low ground and the cairn itself is thought to be a passage grave. This megalithic site is worth the trek though the fields to reach it.

Knocknashee is one of Irelands’ ancient sacred hills, and traditionally known as “the Hill of The Fairies”. It was identified as a hilltop fort in 1988 and containing cairns, burial chambers and hut sites. The climb to the top is worth it with the stunning panoramic views of the surrounding Connacht landscape.

The Caves of Keash are a series of striking caves which are set into the western side of the Keshcorran Mountains. These caves are full of myths and legends which add to the magic of this attraction. The climb is steep in parts but it’s worth it when you explore each of the caves, which are full of mystery.

The climb up Ladies Brae offers some of the most stunning views of the West of Ireland. The walk is worth it when you are met with spectacular views of Ballisodare Bay, Knocknarea and Benbulben. On a clear day the Donegal mountains can be seen in the distance.

Wild Wet Adventures offer scenic guided walks in Sligo with their fully trained walking guides. Each guide has an impressive pool of knowledge on the history, fauna and flora of this beautiful area. The centre also provides a range of activities, including kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding.

Carraig Climbing specialise in rock climbing, abseiling and adventure outings in rural Sligo. Conall will take you off the beaten track to enjoy the thrilling experience of rock climbing and abseiling in stunning locations.