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Croagh Patrick Mountain

Croagh Patrick (Irish: Cruach Phádraig, meaning “(Saint) Patrick’s Stack”), nicknamed the Reek, is a 764 metres (2,507 ft) mountain and an important site of pilgrimage in County Mayo in Ireland. The main route begins in the heart of Murrisk by Croagh Patrick Hostel.

Routes

The main route - known as the Pilgrims path, starts out just 2 mins walk from the Croagh Patrick Hostel, in the car park next to Cambell's Pub. There are a few other options available also, depending on your level of fitness.
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Reek Sunday

Reek Sunday (or Garland Sunday) is an annual pilgrimage celebrated every year on the last Sunday in July. The next one will be on July 31, 2016, where thousands will climb Ireland's "holiest mountain", Croagh Patrick (Cruach Phádraig) in County Mayo, traditionally in their bare feet.
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Climbing the Reek

Normally, it takes about two hours for the average person to reach the summit, and one and a half hours to descend. It is advisable to take sturdy footwear, rain-gear and some water. Climbing sticks are available to rent or buy just outside the car-park by Campbells or in the tourist centre.
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