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Ashford Outdoors
Cong, Co. Mayo
Family friendly
Free car parking
Cloudy days
Ashford Outdoors specialises in a range of outdoor activities including clay shooting, archery, kayaking, mountain biking, tree climbing, zipwire course, cycling, bike hire and equestrian.

Ashford Outdoors designs and leads active and cultural experiences in the most spectacular of settings with panoramic views of lake, forest and mountain.

Specialising in outdoor activities that range from archery and mountain biking to horse drawn carriage rides and many other things besides. Ashford Outdoors have something to suit everyone.

Ashford Outdoors has been offering activity and equestrian experiences in the West of Ireland for over 25 years.

The facilities include an archery range, tree climb as well as a large indoor arena. Ashford Outdoors is open to the general public and offer outdoor adventure and equestrian activities to holiday makers and groups seven days a week. Providing corporate team building and bonding days as well as catering for youths and sports teams. Ashford Outdoors can also accommodate Hen and Stag parties and offering bespoke activity packages for relaxation before or on the morning of your wedding day or special occasion!

Activities include archery, clay pigeon shooting, biking and mountain biking, tree climbing, woodland zipwire course, kayaking and guided archaeological and ecological tours.

The location is on the Ashford Castle Estate, next to the island village of Cong on the Galway/Mayo border in Western Ireland. Nestled between the great lakes of Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, Cong is the natural gateway to Connemara. Only 45 minutes drive north of Galway City and a 45 minute drive south of Westport, County Mayo. Ireland West Airport Knock is less than an hour's drive away.

Contact details
Ashford Castle Drive, Co. Mayo, Ireland
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