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  1. The Lough Derg Way

    Dromineer, Tipperary

    The Lough Derg Way is a 64km walking route that starts at the Tourist Office behind the Hunt Museum in Limerick City in the west of Ireland and follows the River Shannon and its associated canals northwestwards to the lake port of Dromineer on Lough Derg. Read more

  2. Sheep's Head Way

    Kilcrohane, Cork

    Sheep’s Head is the narrowest of the fingers of land that extend from the south west mainland of Ireland out into the Atlantic, between Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay. Read more

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  3. The Tain Way

    Carlingford, Louth

    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. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. The Slieve Bloom Way

    Slieve Bloom, Offaly

    The Slieve Bloom Way is a circular route of some 84km, which takes you through the Slieve Bloom Mountains. There are a few rough and rugged sections; however, they rarely rise to high altitude and do not demand great stamina. Read more

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  6. Blue Stack Way

    Donegal Town, Donegal

    The Bluestack Way is 47km long from Donegal Town to Ardara, with local link routes from towns and villages. Read more

  7. The Burren Way

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren Way is a 123km linear walking trail (including East Burren Loop and links to Lisdoonvarna and Ballyvaughan) located in the Burren area of North Clare. Read more

  8. Bealach Na Gaeltachta

    Letterkenny, Donegal

    Bealach na Gaeltachta, Dún na nGall is a set of four long distance walking routes which have been developed as a national Waymarked Way by Donegal County Council and Údarás na Gaeltachta in association with Fáilte Ireland. Read more

  9. The Wicklow Way

    Wicklow Town, Wicklow

    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. Read more

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  10. The Suck Valley Way

    Athleague, Roscommon

    The River Suck drains Lough O’Flynn, 7km west of the town of Castlerea, County Roscommon, and flows through sweeping meanders and past many little islands to reach the Shannon, a kilometre below Shannonbridge. Read more

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