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  1. Castlebar International 4 Days Walks 2015

    Castlebar, Mayo

    The 48th year of this international walking festival, making it one of Ireland's oldest! Four days of walking, talking, rambling, music, song and dance with walks to suit all levels. Read more

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  2. Dublin Walking Festival: Tibradden

    Rathfarnham, Dublin

    This nice, easy walk on Tibradden mountain is perfect for the whole family so grab your walking shoes, packed lunch, water and rain gear, as you set out on an expedition the children will never forget. Read more

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  3. Dublin Walking Festival: Photography Walk

    Rathfarnham, Dublin

    With the help of your instructor, master the art of landscape photography and after a morning in the wilderness, you’ll be delighted with the fantastic array of photographs you’ll have collected. Read more

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  4. Cuckoo Walking Festival 2015

    Tarbert, Kerry

    Walking festival taking place over bogland and farmland in North Kerry and West Limerick, which takes in some fantastic views of the Shannon Estuary from Foynes right out to the mouth of the Shannon. Read more

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  5. Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival 2015

    Murrisk, Mayo

    A guided walking festival along a 60km route, over three days, on the Croagh Patrick Heritage trail. Includes moderate to hard walking. Read more

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  6. North Leitrim Glens 21st Annual Hill Walking Festival

    Rossinver, Leitrim

    Walking festival held over Easter weekend and organised by the Holey Soles Hill Walking Club. There are two main hill walks each day around the Rossinver area and a short ramble on Sunday to Fowley's Falls. Read more

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  7. Upperchurch Walking Weekend

    Upperchurch, Tipperary

    Choice of twelve walks on road, field or mountain. Also indoor climbing wall, cycling, traditional music sessions, set dancing, etc. all set in the splendid scenic location of the Slieve Felim Mountains. Read more

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  8. Comeragh Bogtrot

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    The Comeragh Bogtrot is a challenge, where you can run or walk on one of three routes, two are self-navigated, 32km, and 21km, and one is guided 17km. It is you against the mountain and nature. Read more

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  9. Nire Valley Autumn Walking Festival

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    A walking festival in the Comeragh mountains, offering a range of walks over the weekend to suite all abilities and interests. Walks lead by local guides giving the festival a special feeling of community. Read more

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  10. Baltimore & The Islands Walking Weekend

    Baltimore, Cork

    Guided walks with historians to celebrate the rich local history and a unique blend of people, land and seascapes. Some walks include ferry trips to the islands. Read more

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