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  1. Knocknaheeny Slí na Sláinte

    Cork City, Cork

    The 3km route around Knocknaheeny begins just outside Supervalu on the Harbour View Road. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. St. Finbarr’s Pilgrim Way: Drimoleague to Gougane Barra

    Drimoleague, Cork

    This newly-revived ancient pilgrim path is set to become the “camino” of West Cork. Read more

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  4. Cnoicin’s Loop - Clear Island

    Cape Clear Island, Cork

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

  5. Schull Slí na Sláinte

    Schull, Cork

    Two walks in Schull. Read more

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  6. 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

  7. 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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  8. Mitchelstown Walking Festival

    Mitchelstown, Cork

    Walking Festival with guided walks in the Galty and Knockmealdown Mountains. Suitable for walkers of all levels. Read more

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  9. Ballydonegan Looped Walk

    Allihies, Cork

    Walking along the coast as well as circling the hillsides beyond Allihies and Ballydonegan. It takes you on minor road, coastline and hillside tracks, passing through an area dotted with disused mine sites. Read more

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  10. The Blackwater Way

    Mallow, Cork

    The Blackwater Way comprises two sections, Avondhu and Duhallow. This varied trail includes the lower slopes of the Knockmealdown Mountains and it drops through the woodlands of the Blackwater Valley. Read more

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