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  1. North Engine Looped Walk

    Allihies, Cork

    This walk takes you past Ballydonegan Strand and Quay to follow beautiful coastline before turning inland to head uphill through an area dotted with disused mine sites. It follows minor roads, coastline and hillside tracks. Read more

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  2. Gleann Loop - Clear Island

    Cape Clear Island, Cork

    Gleann Loop - Clear Island, From the mapboard at the Information Office / Shop follow the red arrows (and green arrows for the shorter Cnoicin’s Loop) arrow along the roadway to reach a roadway on your left. Read more

  3. Ballincollig Regional Park

    Ballincollig, Cork

    The Regional Park has ample free parking, several playing pitches, a skate park, river walks, numerous picnic areas, woodland trails, permanent orienteering course & paved walkways as well as being a National Monument status site. Read more

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  4. Ireland Walk Hike Bike

    Bantry, Cork

    Ireland Walk Hike Bike located in Tralee, County Kerry is a family-run company organising excellent quality guided and escorted walking holidays. Read more

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  5. Schull Slí na Sláinte

    Schull, Cork

    Two walks in Schull. Read more

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  6. Fota Wildlife Park Slí na Sláinte

    Carrigtwohill, Cork

    The Fota Island Virtual Slí is an unmarked route and can be started at any point. Read more

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  7. Bere Island Slí na Sláinte

    Bere Island, Cork

    The walk begins at the junction east side of Sullivan’s pub, Ballinakilla, and continues towards Rerrin Village, passing the Gallán standing stone on the right, and the Martello Tower on Ardagh Hill on the left. Read more

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  8. Seven Heads Walk

    Timoleague, Cork

    The Seven Heads Walk extends from Timoleague Village through Courtmacsherry, around the rugged cliffs and shore line to Dunworley and on through Barryscove and Ardgehane to Aghafore and Barry’s Hall and then back to Timoleague. Read more

  9. Kealogue Mine Looped Walk

    Allihies, Cork

    Pass Ballydonegan Strand and Quay to follow beautiful coastline before turning inland to head uphill and pass through an area with disused mine sites, continuing across the slopes to Kealoge Mine. Follows minor roads, coastline and hillside tracks. Read more

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  10. Mitchelstown Historic Town Walk

    Mitchelstown, Cork

    Mitchelstown is the gateway to County Cork, just off the M8, Cork to Dublin motorway. Situated in the heart of Munster it is an ideal access point to the south of Ireland. Read more

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