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  1. Grange Loop

    Urlingford, Kilkenny

    Grange loop one of two is a short and easy exploration of the lower slopes and forms part of a longer circular route (the Crag Loop). The Grange Loop starts at the sign opposite Hogan’s Bar and Shop and takes walkers northeast. Read more

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  2. Crumlin Glen

    County Antrim, Northern Ireland

    Short walk with steep sections Read more

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  3. Gortin Lakes

    County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

    A pretty walk on hard paths around the Gortin Lakes Read more

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  4. Delamont Country Park

    County Down, Northern Ireland

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  5. Lookout Hill Loop

    Mulranny, Mayo

    A-B. Leaving the trailhead near the pier, follow the green (and purple) arrows along the surfaced road. The purple arrows are for the longer Bunnahowna Loop. After 300m the road swings right - but you proceed straight ahead onto an old laneway. Climb the hill, veer left at a house on a Y-junction, and follow the road through a crossroads. After 200m watch for a waymarker which directs you to the right and off road on to a fence along the back of forestry. Follow the fence for 500m to exit again onto a surfaced road where you turn left. After 100m pass the church and school and cross the N59 onto a woodland track.

    B-C. Follow the track uphill to join a forestry roadway and turn left. Continue to follow the green and purple arrows before turning right and ascending to the top of Lookout Hill. Enjoy the views before descending to join the old railway line where both the blue and purple loops turn left - but you turn right.

    C-D. Continue to follow the old railway line for 300m to reach old railway buildings where you turn right and descend to the front of a hotel and cross the N59 again onto steps down to Trawoughter Strand.

    D-A. Descend the steps and join the causeway across the strand and enjoy the last 300m back to the trailhead.
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  6. Millennium Stone Loop

    Glen Of Aherlow, Tipperary

    The Glen of Aherlow stretches from the N24 south of Tipperary Town through unspoilt countryside affording some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable. The lush valley of the River Aherlow runs between the Galtee Mountains and the wooded ridge of Slievenamuck. Bounded by the picturesque villages of Galbally and Bansha, the Glen was historically an important pass between Limerick and Tipperary. Read more

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  7. Correl Glen National Nature Reserve

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

  8. Donadea Forest Park Slí na Sláinte

    Celbridge, Kildare

    The Donadea Forest Park Slí na Sláinte is 5.7km long and starts near the car park entrance and follows a beautiful forest path around the park. Read more

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  9. Tralee Slí na Sláinte

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Slí in Tralee is one of the longest in the country measuring 9.9km. Read more

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  10. The Barrow Line

    Robertstown, Kildare

    Lowtown (Robertstown) to Rathangan 7.75 miles, 12.5 km. To reach the Barrow line cross Fenton’s bridge to the south bank of the Grand Canal just before the marina. Read more

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