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Caves of Kesh, Ballymote
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  • Ok this is a new spot. Very simple, just drive up and then walk up. No center to greet you. There is signage to a car park – we never found the car park, but there was a place to park right where the ...  more »
  • The bigger caves are at the start of the path. Very muddy cave floor so if you have a spare set of clothes you can wriggle into the tight spaces. Bring a torch! 
  • We followed the signs to the parking lot. At the start of the trail (there is a signposted path with a bench on the half) but sometimes one or two cars can park. The way across the small street to the actual rise was about as long as the climb itself. And the rise was altogether lighter and not as steep as expected. Sneakers are ok. The views are simply gorgeous and worth the climb! We have dared only to the first three caves.
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