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  1. The Burren Way

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren Way is a 123km linear walking trail (including East Burren Loop and links to Lisdoonvarna and Ballyvaughan) located in the Burren area of North Clare. Read more

  2. The East Clare Way

    Tulla, Clare

    The East Clare Way follows a 172km circular route through some of the region’s most spectacular and varied scenery. Read more

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  3. The Ballyhoura Way

    Kilfinnane, Limerick

    The Ballyhoura Way is a 90km way-marked way and stretches from John's Bridge in North Cork to Limerick Junction in County Tipperary. Read more

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  4. The Barrow Way

    Athy, Kildare

    The River Barrow vies with one of its sister rivers, the Suir, as the second longest river in Ireland. Read more

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  5. The Cavan Way

    Ballyconnell, Cavan

    The Cavan Way is a 26 kilometres gentle, linear walking route that progresses from the village of Dowra northwards by country paths and quiet roads to reach the magical Shannon Pot, where the great river rises. Read more

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  6. Blue Stack Way

    Donegal Town, Donegal

    The Bluestack Way is 47km long from Donegal Town to Ardara, with local link routes from towns and villages. Read more

  7. The Slieve Felim Way

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    Stretching from Murroe in County Limerick to Silvermines Village in County Tipperary, a total distance of approximately 44km, the Slieve Felim Way takes you into the very heart of beautiful, rural countryside. Read more

  8. The Lough Derg Way

    Dromineer, Tipperary

    The Lough Derg Way is a 64km walking route that starts at the Tourist Office behind the Hunt Museum in Limerick City in the west of Ireland and follows the River Shannon and its associated canals northwestwards to the lake port of Dromineer on Lough Derg. Read more

  9. Sheep's Head Way

    Kilcrohane, Cork

    Sheep’s Head is the narrowest of the fingers of land that extend from the south west mainland of Ireland out into the Atlantic, between Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay. Read more

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  10. Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail

    Ballintubber, Mayo

    The dazzling quartzite pyramid of Croagh Patrick (764m), which dominates the land south of Clew Bay in the west of Ireland, has been a holy mountain since before Christian times. Read more

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