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Best hiking trails in Ireland.

Best hiking trails in Ireland.

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Posted Wed 1 Feb 2017 3:29 PM
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My wife and I are touring Ireland in June/July and will visit with family but most of our time is for touring, golfing and hiking.  What are the best and most memorable hiking trails in Ireland that are not too strenuous ?

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Phil

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Posted Thu 2 Feb 2017 7:41 PM
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Hi Phil! 

That's fantastic to hear you're visiting Ireland. I am sure you will have a fantastic time.
 
In the south of Ireland, on the Ring of Kerry, there are 3 gardens that offer magical “Fairy Trails”. These are walking trails, that are dotted with fairy doors and leprechaun homes for children to explore and discover some real Irish magic and mythology on a fun day out.You can find all relevant information and maps on the official Irish Fairy Trails website. 

The first two trails can be found in the gardens of the historic houses DerrynaneHouse and Russborough House, while the final trail is a part of the grounds surrounding Parkansilla Hotel.I would advise contacting each of these wonderful locations in
advance to double check the accessibility and opening times of their fairy trails.
 
Additionally there is a mountain in Carlingford, Co. Louth, that has been put under protection; not only to protect the beautiful flora and fauna, but more importantly to protect what locals believe to be Ireland's last Leprechaun population. In the nearby Leprechaun and Fairy Cavern, you can try to find and meet both Leprechauns and Fairies. 

You'll absolutely enjoy our amazing little island! 
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Hi Phil,


A really useful resource for walking areas in Northern Ireland is www.walkni.com and www.walkni.com/ulsterway. The websites contain details of walks of varying lengths (from 0 – 40 miles) and it is possible to download and print maps and routes. The site also provides details of points of interest along the route, facilities available and how to access the start point.

A Golf Northern Ireland guide is available to download by clicking here.

We hope you enjoy your visit.

Visit Belfast



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