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  1. The Cavan Way

    Ballyconnell, Cavan

    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. Read more

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  2. Hawkswood Walk

    Swanlinbar, Cavan

    The Hawkswood Walk begins just outside Swanlinbar in west Cavan. The walk is an uphill climb towards Cuilcagh Mountain. Read more

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  3. Mullagh Hill Walk

    Mullagh, Cavan

    Mullagh Hill Walk is located just outside Mullagh in County Cavan and is a relatively easy walk which takes approximately 30 minutes. Read more

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  4. Killycramph Walk

    Cootehill, Cavan

    A short forest and town walk, Killycramph loops through the bustling town of Cootehill. The walk begins at the car park near the Dromore River and loops through the forest before re-emerging in town near the fire station. Read more

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  5. Woodford River Walk

    Ballyconnell, Cavan

    Start at the bridge in Ballyconnell (opposite the shopping centre) and walk along the path to the right of the Woodford River. Read more

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  6. Deerpark Forest Walk

    Virginia, Cavan

    A beautiful forest walk in the town of Virginia. Slí na Sláinte signs are located throughout. Read more

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  7. Lough an Leagh (the lake of the cure)

    Kingscourt, Cavan

    Located between the towns of Kingscourt and Bailieborough. Follow signs to Lough an Leagh from both towns. Parking available at mountain top near the picnic area and mass rock. Read more

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  8. Dun a Rí Forest Park

    Kingscourt, Cavan

    The Forest Park embracing part of the Cabra Estate formerly owned by the Pratt family, is situated in the Parish of Enniskeen. The Romantic Glen of the Cabra River, stretching the full length of the Park, is an area steeped in history and legend It is said that Cuchulain camped there at night while by day conducting his single handed defence of Ulster against the armies of Maeve. The Normans were here also and in later years the glen echoed to the sounds of Cromwells armies. Read more

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  9. Killykeen Forest Park

    Cavan Town, Cavan

    Five miles west of Cavan town is Killykeen Forest Park, in the heart of Cavan's lakelands. There are a variety of different trails marked throughout the forest. Read more

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  10. Cootehill Heritage Walking Trail

    Cootehill, Cavan

    Cootehill is a perfect example of an 18th Century Ulster market town. It began as a small village in the early 1700s and soon developed into an important market town for brown linen. The town owes its origins to the Coote family who acquired a large estate in this area in the late century. Read more

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