Includes heritage boats, and objects, oral history and folklore, placenames, archives and local histury.
Includes monuments, architectural heritage such as big houses, castle and churches, canals, wrecks, industrial heritage such as mines and archaeology.
Includes flora, fauna, habitats, ecosystems, landscapes and geology
See also Galway County Heritage Office definition
Lough Corrib and its catchment has all of these, but it also has a lot more!
It is a wonderful recreational amenity offering opportunities for angling, rowing, sailing and canoeing or just admiring its beauty.
There are wonderful walks around the Corrib including:
Corrib also supplies water to Galway City and a large number of other towns and villages in County Galway.
We need to preach the joys of Lough Corrib from the housetops and hilltops.
|Geography of Lough Corrib|
|Management of the Corrib|
|Towns and villages around Lough Corrib|
|Galway Clifden Railway Line|
|Mills and lime kilns|
|Islands of Lough Corrib|
|Corrib Boat Builders|
|Castles around Cong|
|Lagarosiphon major (African Weed)|
|Images of invasive species|
|Boating Accidents and Disasters|
|1916 and Civil War|
|Famine and emigration|
|Media and film|
|Lyrics of Anach Cuan song|
|The famine around the Corrib|
|Current Rowing Club|
|History of rowing|