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  1. Comeragh Mountains- Muddy Boots

    Lemybrien, Waterford

    The Comeragh Mountains are a remarkably varied range, stretching from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Clonmel. Read more

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  2. Tramore - Dunes Walk

    Tramore, Waterford

    Tramore beach leads to a line of some of the highest sand dunes in Ireland, backed by a salt marsh and is home to some rare seaside plants and interesting wildlife. This walk is about 5km and takes one and half hours. Read more

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  3. Ardmore Historic Town Walk

    Ardmore, Waterford

    A bright light on the coastal wildness of West Waterford, Ardmore is one of the oldest Christian settlements in Ireland. St. Declan founded a monastery here in the fifth century, and its round tower, cathedral, well and hermitage captivate visitors to this day. Read more

  4. Waterford Nature Park

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford Nature Park is approximately 150 acres and is an oasis within the city environment. There are a number of walking trails available suitable for all levels of fitness. The Park is located near Waterford city in County Waterford. Read more

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  5. 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... Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Dungarvan Slí na Sláinte Walking Route

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    The town of Dungarvan is situated between the Mountains and the Sea on the picturesque coastline of County Waterford and Slí na Sláinte is the new outgoing way to make walking for leisure and good health, it's capturing the attention of the young and old, not only in Ireland but in Europe and other parts of the world to! Read more

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  8. Tramore Doneraile - Slí na Sláinte Walk

    Tramore, Waterford

    The Tramore Slí na Sláinte is a 4.9km looped walking route, which starts on Church Road and follows the coastline along the Doneraile Walk. Read more

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  9. Stradbally Slí na Sláinte Walking Routes

    Stradbally, Waterford

    The Charming little village of Stradbally is marked by bright colourful signposts which are not numbered and are situated at 1 km intervals on Stradbally Sli na Slainte 4.6km Route. Read more

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  10. Kilmacthomas Slí na Sláinte

    Kilmacthomas, Waterford

    The Kilmacthomas Slí na Sláinte is a 5.5km route starting at the old post office in the centre of the village. Read more

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