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Walking

Grab your walking boots and explore one of the many walking trails in region.

Walking

Geopark Heritage Trails
The Geopark Heritage Trails are easy to moderate short hikes and provide excellent historical facts about the important historical sites you will discover along the way. A great way to spend an afternoon!

http://www.burrengeopark.ie/discover-and-experience/trails/


Guided walks

Go with a Guide and discover the Burren’s archaeological, geological and botanical wealth. Hear stories and folklore that will unlock the secrets of this extraordinary landscape.

http://www.burren.ie/do-category/guided-walking/

Walking Trail
The region also boast a number of walking trails where you can get out in the landscape and experience the peace and tranquillity of the Burren.

http://www.burrengeopark.ie/discover-and-experience/trails/

The Burren National Park
There are seven way-marked walking trails in the Burren National Park; five trails start from Gortlecka Crossroads (Mullaghmore Crossroads) and two trails start from Slieve Carran (Keelhilla Nature Reserve). The walks vary from a short thirty minute loop walk to a three hour walk over limestone mountains.

A Walking Trails Map is available for download and from the National Park Information Point in Corofin.

Each of the trails are signposted with colour-coded arrows. The trails traverse a limestone landscape which can be uneven and steep in places, so care must be taken. None of these trails are wheelchair accessible.


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