The Glengesh Pass is a windy

section of the road that connects Glencolmcille to Ardara.  The distance between the two towns is approximately 15 miles.  During the drive, motorists can enjoy the farmland, desolate moorland, and tranquil setting.

    Glengesh (Glen of the Swans)

Pass (900 feet above sea level) meanders through the Glengesh and Mulmosog Mountains.  There are a

few hairpin turns but since the road

does not have a great deal of traffic,

they are easy to negotiate.

    The scenery in the area is magnificent.  There is a feeling of peace and stepping back in time.

    Sheep can be seen wandering

in the area.  The farms are well

kept.  Although a few windmills have been introduced,  the area has not been spoiled by development. 

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