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  1. Great Southern Trail

    Newcastle West, Limerick

    The Great Southern Trail is a unique 85km stretch of countryside in West Limerick/North Kerry. It is suitable for walking and cycling. Read more

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  2. Clogher Bog Loop

    Claremorris, Mayo

    Saint Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, made County Mayo his home for many years around 400AD. Spending 40 days and nights on the imposing Croagh Patrick, he banished snakes, dragons and demonic forces from his vantage point. Read more

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  3. Lettermaghera Loop

    Newport, Mayo

    Clew Bay in County Mayo stands out as one of the real coastal treasures of Ireland. Overlooked by the striking Croagh Patrick, Clew Bay is surrounded by mountains on virtually every side, with the Nephin Beg range to the north and the Sheeffry Hills to the south. Read more

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  4. Diamond Hill Loop Walk

    Letterfrack, Galway

    Connemara is Irish landscape at its most dramatic. With soaring mountains, scattered loughs and an intricate coastline, this remote part of Galway is a world away from the trappings of urban life. Read more

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  5. The Westmeath Way

    Kilbeggan, Westmeath

    Westmeath, one of Ireland’s smaller counties, is in the midlands and the Hill of Uisneach in the county is considered the geographical centre of the country. Read more

  6. Athlone The Leinster Walk

    Athlone, Westmeath

    This is a pleasant 2km walk that takes you through winding streets with glimpses of the River Shannon. It is a walk steeped with history. Read more

  7. Athlone The Connaught Walk

    Athlone, Westmeath

    This interesting walk is 3 km in distance, it takes in the castle, the magnificent River Shannon and many interesting buildings and colourful streets. Read more

  8. Sean Linehan Walk

    Aughrim, Wicklow

    The Sean Linehan Walk is a nature walk following the meandering flow of the Macreddin River. There are a number of routes to choose from on the walk and the longest route is approximately 6 km. Read more

  9. Eamonn an Chnoic Loop

    Upperchurch, Tipperary

    Eamonn an Chnoic Loop begins in Upperchurch, Co. Tipperary and explores the scenic area with this 8km walk. Read more

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  10. Tullahought - Kilmacoliver loop

    Kilmoganny, Kilkenny

    The rural parish of Tullahought is situated on the small river Lingam which separates the counties of Kilkenny and Tipperary, and the provinces of Leinster and Munster. On this loop you will see views over counties Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford, Carlow and Wexford. Read more

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