Aasleagh Falls, Aasleagh

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • It’s in a beautiful area surrounded, there are wild horses an the waterfall is quite nice to see. You can park closeby, it’s a short walk from the parking place. 
    It’s in a beautiful area surrounded, there are wild horses an the waterfall is quite nice to see. You can park closeby, it’s a short walk from the parking place.  more »
  • Nice waterfall. Don't be expecting a huge waterfall as it's quite small really ! One can walk nearer to the falls by taking side entrance pathway . 
    Nice waterfall. Don't be expecting a huge waterfall as it's quite small really ! One can walk nearer to the falls by taking side entrance pathway .  more »
  • This place is worth stopping and taking a quick walk and some pictures. Easy to access from the road as well 
    This place is worth stopping and taking a quick walk and some pictures. Easy to access from the road as well  more »
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  • Great falls. We visited the falls while doing a small trip around the area. There is plenty of parking along the road and it is less than 5 minutes walk to the falls. Nice falls and a lot bigger than I expected. Lots of areas for nice pics too. Enjoy, it is nice.
  • Absolutely gorgeous place. We were lucky enough to visit it on a gorgeous sunny afternoon. The shimmering light on it blue waters made it even more wonderful. It has a small car park around a tight bend, can accommodate 10-12 vehicles, so can get crowded pretty quickly. Alternatively one can park across the bridge towards Leenane (there is a bigger car park) and then walk up here (will be quite a walk).. The entrance to the fall is shrouded behind bushes and one has to stop and look to find it or just follow the crowd.. The walk till the fall is not straightforward, requires one to navigate through rocks and boggy, wet grasses, not is not tricky and can be easily done. Near the fall one can sit on the big rocks lying there strategically to give you the best view of the fall or you can climb up further to the tip of the fall via a narrow path towards the left of fall. It will bring you at the top of the fall and you will be greeted with even better view of gorgeous valley and the surroundings mountains.. No cafe or public amenities here.. if you need one the nearest is the Leenane visitor centre..
  • Lovely place to visit for a walk. We had a wander to see the Wild Atlantic Way sign, then had a walk to see the waterfall. The path was a mud track, though mainly dry. Waterfall is ace and there was fisherman fishing from the top of it.
  • Lovely little place to see the falls and watch the fish try to swim upstream. Seeing the horses made it a little extra special. Not a long walk from the car park and worth the stop if driving in the area.
  • A pleasant spot to take a stroll and enjoy the piece other than the sound of the river. There's some parking near by and its easy to find.

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