Explore Corr na Móna
Cornamona is located in the west of County Galway. It gets its name from the fact that much of the land is bogland (moin). It is part of the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking region) in Galway. The village lies on the north of Lough Corrib. It is a popular site among trout and salmon anglers and is one of the most scenic areas of Ireland. The eastern edge of the area comes down to the shores of the Corrib while the western edge borders the scenic upland area of An Mám, the Maam Valley and the Maumturk Mountains. An Sean Bothar (the Old Road)- This is a recently developed 10 km paved road stretching from Cornamona to Clonbur north of the current R345.It is best suited to walking, however it can be cycled. It offers stunning views of Lough Corrib. It is graded as ‘easy’ although some of the hills are quite steep. It should take about 2.5 hours to walk.