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Corrib Canoe Courses are an action packed way to learn to kayak for adults and juniors. This year the coaches are returning top Irish international athletes who have travelled to some of the most remote places in the globe in recent years to explore and compete. Each coach has extensive knowledge of the wide range of courses that Corrib Canoe provides.
Los Angeles has long been known as the City of Angels but it is to become a city of dreams for two Mayo athletes tomorrow.
Ireland’s trout capital Oughterard is set to celebrate the start of the fishing season with the four day International Mayfly Festival which begins today (Thursday).
The green and red of Mayo will be flying high in the City of Angels next July as two athletes from the county are to represent Team Ireland at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Scandinavia, and elsewhere around the world, are set to read all about Mayo and the Wild Atlantic Way. Finnish travel blogger Satu Vänskä-Westgarth is taking on the “challenge of her lifetime” – cycling the entire Wild Atlantic Way, or some 2,500km along Ireland’s western seaboard, over the next five weeks.
Athletes and volunteers from Team Connacht during the parade at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Ireland Games in Limerick.
THE DANGER, drama, courage, and adventure of climbing mountains, extreme environments, and humans versus nature, will be on display in Galway next month.
Trek West Tours held an open day last week for local travel and tourism businesses in the beautiful outdoor playground that is north Mayo.
Get ready for a whole week of exciting activities in the great outdoors around Westport and join in to both free and ticketed events. The Westport Duathlon Weekend event marks the beginning of an extensive activity programme for the Westport Get Out There Festival, organised by Westport Town Council and Westport Leisure Park, and runs from Saturday June 8 to Saturday June 15.
Family activities are at the heart of the inaugural Galway Sea Festival taking place over the June Bank Holiday weekend (Friday May 30- Monday June 3).