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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Dublin Walking Festival: Dublin Mountains Way Walk

    Tallaght, Dublin

    With captivating views along the way, this walk will have you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and most importantly, ready to take on the next trip as the Dublin Walking Festival kicks into full swing. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. Cloghane Brandon Walking and Music Festival / Féile Sléibhteoireachta agus Ceoil Chlocháin Bhréanainn.

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Cloghane Brandon Walking and Music Festival includes walks of various levels in the breath-taking Mount Brandon Range, pub sessions and a performance by Sean Keane. Read more

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  6. Dublin Walking Festival: Seechon Mountain

    Bohernabreena, Dublin

    The most strenuous walk of the Dublin Walking Festival 2015 is that of Seechon Mountain. If you are an advanced hiker or maybe feel like the other treks at the festival didn’t test you enough, then this... Read more

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  7. Wicklow Walking Festival 2015

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    This walking festival offers walks in the Wicklow Mountains and National Park including a climb up Lugnaquilla, a night hike and graded day walks. Read more

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  8. Dublin Walking Festival: Bohernabreena Reservoir Walk

    Bohernabreena, Dublin

    This April as part of the Dublin Walking Festival, take the whole family out on an adventure to explore the reservoirs of Bohernabreena in the Glenasmole Valley. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Upperchurch Walking Weekend

    Upperchurch, Tipperary

    The 10th annual Upperchurch Walking Weekend features walks suitable for all levels of fitness, from 6km to 20km, including night walks. Read more

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