Beyond the end of the road
The Lost Valley offers a unique window into the cultural heritage of The West of Ireland. Indeed it is in itself, arguably the finest memorial of The Great Famine that remain today. Visit the ruined famine village and see the multitude of potato ridges that have lain undisturbed and unattended for nearly two centuries.
As The Lost Valley is now an active working farm, visitors can experience life on the farm with pet lamb feeding for younger adventurers, a working sheep dog demonstration and a sheep shearing demonstration in season on request.
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The Lost Valley "An absolute must if visiting Mayo"
Experience âIreland Naturallyâ in the rich heritage of the lost âUggool Valleyâ
A guided Cultural Adventure through this spectacular valley, suitable for all ages. Duration is 3 hours approximately as the heritage and history of The Lost Valley is recounted and explained, while we make our way at a relaxed, leisurely pace on a well developed trail along the different points of interest in the valley.
Located in the heart of 'The Wild Atlantic Way' and sheltered beneath Mweelrea the highest mountain in the west of Ireland. The Lost Valley also offers unique views to the entrance of Ireland's only fjord, Killary, which has been rated among the top ten most outstanding glacial fjord's in the world.
'Tripadvisor Voted #1 of 289 Sights and Landmarks in Western Ireland and #4 of 626 things to do in Western Ireland" (Valid on 9 - 3 - 2018).
Seen from the sky: The Wild Atlantic Way
The Lost Valley highlighted on the popular
R.T.E. program Ear To The Ground
Take a walk back in time to when children played around the long deserted village now overgrown by hazel and braken
A guided adventure through this spectacular valley is suitable for all ages.
However please wear sensible footware, shoes or trainers.