Croagh Patrick

Croagh Patrick is one of Ireland’s most iconic mountains with its unique conical shape and 765m high profile, it offers panoramic views of the hundreds of tiny, green islands in Clew Bay, the Wild Atlantic Way, the beautiful town of Westport, and the surrounding areas.

Ireland’s patron saint, St Patrick, is believed to have spent 40 days and 40 nights on the mountain in 441 AD, and the name ‘Croagh Patrick’ in Irish is ‘Cruach Phádraig’, meaning ‘Patrick’s Stack’. The mountain is also locally known as ‘The Reek’, from ‘rick’ or ‘stack’. This came from the stacking of turf and hay which are traditionally stacked in open-air ricks similar to the mountain’s shape.

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Finish Options: Frame or Print (Unframed)

  • Frame: Dimensions 43.5  x 33.5 cm. Frames are available in Black, White and Grey.
  • Print: A4 in dimensions (29.7 x 21 cm).  Shipped with a cardboard backing for transport stability.

Background Colors: A number of options available, select from dropdown menu below.

Languages: You can choose either English or Irish language.



Additional information

Background colour

Black, Cobalt Blue, Forest Green, Gold, Red, Silver


Framed, Print (Unframed)

Frame Color

Black, Grey, White, N/A Print


Croagh Patrick, Cruach Phádraig