June 2010

Lough Fee is a lovely tranquil lake set in the heart of Connemara. The lake is surrounded by cliffs and is most impressive.

The water here is soft and as with many lakes it has that peaceful lapping sound

The road runs right alongside the lake and you can find access at the far end of the lake. Make sure you don’t climb over the fencing which blocks off some of the access. There is no need and you shouldn’t anyway.

Once again be extra careful getting in and getting out. Swim near to the lakeside and watch out for submerged rocks.


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From Leenane you take the N59 to Clifden. After a few kilometres you take a turn right signposted for Tully Cross. Lough Fee will be the first lake you come to on your left hand side.

Ordnance Survey Map No. 37

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