Aasleagh Falls: A whitewater feature in the west of Ireland

Kayaker navigating Aasleagh Falls

Aasleagh Falls is a white waster feature which is situated on the Mayo/Galway border near Leenane in the West of Ireland.

Landscape view of the falls

Location is close to the coast, where the River Erriff flows into Ireland’s only fjord, Killary which in turn links with the Atlantic Ocean.

Killary Lake

The fast flowing waters provide good opportunities for kayaking and similar white water activities.
Connemara ponies can be seen on the rugged landscape which is also popular with hikers.

Video clip of the falls and local landscape.



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