Caherlistrane is a village and townland in north Co Galway. It is located 14km west of Tuam and 28km north of Galway City. Headford is also just 8km away on the N84, close to the Mayo border. The 527 bus provides access to both Corofin and Tuam with onward links possible here. Local amenities include a GAA club, community hall, primary school, shop and church. Caherlistrane's most prominent landmark, Cnoc Má, is the highest hill in the plains of North Galway and South Mayo, and there is evidence of a major pre-Christian settlement through its ancient remains, including cairns, underground passages and forts.