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  1. Drum Manor Forest Park, Adapted Trail

    County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

    Universally accessible trail past butterfly garden. Read more

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  2. Limerick Medieval Walking Trail

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The early Medieval City was established on the southern tip of King’s Island. Explore Limerick through the Medieval Walking Trail. Read more

  3. Banagher Glen

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

    Start from the car park at the bottom of Banagher Glen , signposted from the B74 Dungiven to Feeny Road. Read more

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  4. Glin Heritage Trails - Knight's Walk

    Glin, Limerick

    The Knight's walk is one of three walks that make up the Glin Castle Demesne Heritage Trails. This trail can be undertaken as one long walk or three separate walks. Read more

  5. The Tinahely Loop

    Tinahely, Wicklow

    The Tinahely Loop,this new walk has been added to our series of walking trails. A testing walk for the committed rambler, the Tinahely Loop is a 25km walking trail covering elements of the Tinahely Railway Walk, the Wicklow Way, and Muskeagh Hill. Read more

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  6. Dundrum Castle Woods Trail

    County Down, Northern Ireland

    Dundrum Castle Woods Read more

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  7. Hen, Cock and Pigeon Rock

    Newry, County Down

    A circular route in the western Mournes Read more

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  8. Castlewellan Forest Park - Cypress Pond Walk

    County Down, Northern Ireland

    Forest walk with spectacular views of the Mourne Mountains Read more

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  9. Mobile Team Adventure

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Mobile Team Adventure (MTA) is an exciting and innovative company specialising in Outdoor Pursuits. Read more

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  10. Glendineoregan Loop Walk

    Clonaslee, Laois

    Clonaslee is at the northern gateway to the Slieve Bloom Mountains. A picturesque village, founded in the 18th century, here lies the traditional seat of the O’Dunnes. Clonaslee lies on the famous Slí Dála or Munster Way. Read more

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