Due to the virus scare the festival and all its activities are cancelled.
Nestled below Ireland’s second highest mountain is the parish of Cloghane Brandon. Each year a festival like no other takes place in this picturesque area, The Cloghane Brandon Hillwalking and Music Festival. This unique festival takes place each year amongst the spectacular views of Mount Brandon and its surroundings. This year’s festival is taking place from the 11.04.2020 to the 13.04.2020.
The festival offers a wide range of hillwalking activities to suit everyone. The more experienced walkers who would like a challenge can navigate Mount Brandon and The Conor Pass. Those looking for more moderate walks will get to enjoy the Sás Creek to Brandon Point loop walk. This walk offers stunning cliff views of the Atlantic. They will also have the choice of walking from the top of the Connor Pass to Mullach, where the beauty of Cloghane Brandon can be truly seen. Families will have the opportunity to walk the Fairy Glade in Cloghane and along the golden beaches. This is a magical experience for the children to see where the fairies live. Our mindfulness walk offers a fantastic chance for you to peacefully stroll the beautiful beaches of Ballyguin with an expert in mindfulness to guide you along your journey.
Why should you attend this festival? This is a festival not to be missed. The festival has something for everyone; families, walkers and music lovers will get to appreciate and enjoy the beauty of the area while also getting to explore the wildlife and culture that exists in this small west Kerry region. There will also be a chance to learn about history and archaeology on many of the walks. People who attend will have the chance to practice their Irish in the Gaeltacht and above all have the craic with locals and visitors! There will also be lots of music to be enjoyed throughout the weekend.
So what are you waiting for, call to book your place today!
To book your place please contact 066 7138137 or 087 237 2241 or simply book using the link below.