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Walking & Hiking

Walking is one of the best ways to fully appreciate the beauty of the Lakelands Lough Derg. There are a number of different types of walks including Waymarked Ways, loop walks, linear walks and scenic and historical walks with hundreds of kilometres of marked walks to bring you to scenic and remote countryside.

Climb Ireland

Climb Ireland

Climb Ireland is a family run Mountain and hill walking guiding company founded in 1988 and based in the beautiful Heritage town of Roscrea, County Tipperary. With easy access to …
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Millennium Cross Walk

Millennium Cross Walk

6 km along the Portroe Road out of Ballina is a lovely walk of 2.4km on a rough track through open bog land with some steep bits. This brings you …
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Tountinna & Graves of the Leinstermen

Tountinna & Graves of the Leinstermen

Tountinna meaning the hill of the waves – rumour has it, when the great floods came the only people survived were up on this hill – this is an indication …
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Ballycuggaran Loop Walk

Ballycuggaran Loop Walk

Ballycuggaran Loop Walk is overlooking Lough Derg, the Annacarriga valley and the hills that stretch from Caherhurley to Ogonnelloe.

This loop walk is part of the network of Shannon Region …
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The East Clare Way

The East Clare Way

The East Clare Way is a 172km circular route and crosses the Slieve Bernagh Mountains before descending to the Clare Lakeland areas around Tulla and Feakle. Circling Lough Graney, the …
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The Slieve Felim Way

The Slieve Felim Way

The Slieve Felim Way provides walkers with a series of stunning views from different mountains along the route. The total aggregate ascent over the route is less than 900m, and …
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Knockanroe Wood Loop

Knockanroe Wood Loop

This forest walk loop explores a beautiful part of Tipperary’s Silvermines Mountains.  Lead, zinc, copper, sulphide and barites have been mined in the area since Roman times – Silvermines is …
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O’Briensbridge Errinagh Bridge Loop

O’Briensbridge Errinagh Bridge Loop

The village of O’Briensbridge stands on the eastern verge of Co.Clare, on the right bank of the river Shannon – the longest river in Ireland. The bridge which gives its …
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Aonach ar Siúl Walking Club

Aonach ar Siúl Walking Club

Aonach ar Siúl Hill Walking Club was founded in 2000. The club has over 60 members. We have outings throughout the year Aonach ar Siúll Hill Walking Club was founded …
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Nenagh Slí na Sláinte

The Nenagh Slí na Sláinte is 6km in length and starts at the junction of Banba Square and O’Rahilly Street. The Nenagh Slí na Sláinte is 6km in length and starts at …
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Nenagh Walking Tours

Nenagh Walking Tours

Nenagh Walking Tours provides historical walking tour of Nenagh in County Tipperary. It is open all year round and takes in many interesting sights. Relax as you stroll through the …
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Clare Walking Tours

Clare Walking Tours

Clare Walking Tours specialise in Single Centre-Self Guided walking tours, holidays and short breaks in the East Clare region, on the shores of the beautiful River Shannon and Lough Derg.Clare …
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Centre for Environmental Living and Training

Guided walks featuring ecological studies, traditional skills, nature conservation with an emphasis on the importance and value of native biodiversity, especially native trees.

This could include visits to Tuamgraney Community …
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Portumna Forest Park – Bonaveen Walking Trail

Portumna Forest Park – Bonaveen Walking Trail

Enjoy some of the most attractive landscape in Portumna Forest park while walking the Bonaveen Looped Trail.The Bonaveen Walking Trail is the longest loop through a variety of trees and …
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Portumna Forest Park – Forest Friendly Walking Trail

Portumna Forest Park – Forest Friendly Walking Trail

Enjoy a family walk in this forest friendly trail in Portumna Forest park.The Forest Friendly Walking Trail is on wide and smooth forest road and timber boardwalk. It winds gently …
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Portumna Forest Park – Woodland Walking Trail

Portumna Forest Park – Woodland Walking Trail

The Woodland trail is slightly longer than the Forest Friendly trail and can be used by family walking and cycling groups. The surface is gravelled and also has sections of …
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Hymany Way

Hymany Way

The Hymany Way is one of a series of 11 sections of the greater Beara Breifne Way in County Galway. The Hymany Way, one of a series of 11 sections …
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Portumna Forest Park – Rinmaher Walking Trail

Portumna Forest Park – Rinmaher Walking Trail

The Rinmaher trail is one of the two long waymarked loops in the Park. It begins along a two-way section of trail from the car-park and overlaps with the Woodland …
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Killaloe Historic Town Walk

Killaloe Historic Town Walk

Killaloe is synonymous with lakeside tourism, but history runs deep here too. The town was once the home of Brian Boru, and visitors can explore Killaloe’s 13th-century cathedral, wells, oratories …
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Ballycuggaran Loop Walk

Ballycuggaran Loop Walk

This Loop Walk is located in the townland of Ballycuggaran, the homeland of the O’Cuggarans, an important family at the court of Brian Boru.Ballycuggaran Loop Walk is overlooking Lough Derg, …
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