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Killary Harbour walk, Connemara

Killary Harbour Coastal Walk – Famine Walk

Killary Harbour Coastal Walk – Killary Fjord Famine Trail. “Famine walk along Killary Fjord in Connemara.” Killary Harbour Coastal Walk | Killary Fjord is a Famine walk on the southern side of Killary Fjord in Connemara. Killary Fjord Coastal Walk or “Famine Walk”. Connemara. Distance: approx. 16Km from Rosroe to Leenaun with option to shorten. […]

Hiking in the Wicklow Mountains

Best Hill Walks in Wicklow

Best Hill Walks in Wicklow: Download your Walks in Wicklow Booklet Here Five Great Walks in Wicklow We have got together to pick the 5 best hikes in Wicklow and sorted them in order of difficulty. All these routes have longer and more difficult versions so, for starters, we chose the simplest and most enjoyable […]

Brecon Beacons

Walking in Wales – Snowdon, Brecon Beacons

An October Visit to Wales in 2021 “Snowdonia National Park and the Brecon Beacons.” – This Article was Written by Gillian Duggan – Mushroomart.ie Wales is home to three national parks and ten million castles (I exagerate but only slightly!) It is also the only country in the world with a continuous waymarked path around […]

the dingle way

The Dingle Way Ireland – Kerry Camino

Walking The Dingle Way Ireland – Kerry Camino “An Incredible self-guided walk in the south west of Ireland.” The Dingle way Ireland is a self-guided long trail walk on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry in the South West of Ireland. The trail is 183Km (114 miles) in length and is normally walked in a […]

walking breaks in Ireland

Walking St Declan’s Way – An Irish Camino.

St. Declan’s Way – An Irish Camino. The trail is between the towns of Cashel in Tipperary and Ardmore in County Waterford. It is an ancient pilgrim path that was once travelled by St Declan as he made his way to the Rock of Cashel. His journey was to meet with the Kings of Munster. […]