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Discover the many amenities, enjoy the scenery and the Park's environmental heritage in all its facets. The Park is large with many miles of trails. Some are short and can be covered quickly by even the most reluctant rambler!
Enjoy an hours walking tour through Ireland's medieval city, with Tynan Tours, accompanied by a humourous and informative guide. A popular and enjoyable way to get to know the medieval capital of Ireland. Tours from Mid March - Mid October.
The Wicklow Way was Ireland’s first waymarked trail, and due to its proximity to Dublin has remained one of the most popular walking routes in Ireland.
The Cooley peninsula is a mountainous finger of land that extends 19 km from County Louth into the Irish Sea between Carlingford Lough and Dundalk Bay.
This 66 km linear walking route provides an excellent introduction for walkers to the beautiful and scenic wildernesses of Connemara in County Galway in the west of Ireland.
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.
The Offaly Way is a linear route of some 38km linking the Slieve Bloom Way (at Cadamstown) to the Sli Mor (at Lemanaghan).
The Wicklow Mountains run from the outskirts of Dublin city south westwards for about 60km to the bottom of County Wicklow.
Croagh Patrick Walking Holidays offer guided walking tours in Connemara, including accommodation, transport, pack lunch and guide.
Lagan Valley Regional Park is a tranquil piece of the countryside on Belfast’s doorstep.
From £7.50 per person
£15 per person - Only available Saturdays and Sundays
€1495 per person sharing
From €749 pps
8 day Guided Walking Tour of Donegal & Antrim including Giants Causeway £889 per person sharing
From £60 per person
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