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Walks in the area

For information on the walks please click on the images below:


Local Slí na Sláinte.Slí na Sláinte

Slí na Sláinte, meaning "Path to Health", is a simple innovative scheme developed by the Irish Heart Foundation to encourage people of all ages and abilities to walk for leisure and good health.

It uses attractive signage at kilometre intervals on established walking routes to help walkers identify the distance they walk. Slí na Sláinte is designed to encourage people to walk more frequently and to enjoy the benefits of a healthier lifestyle.

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The Wicklow Way.

The Wicklow Way

The countryside of Ireland is a patchwork of many different landscape types, including several mountainous and upland areas. One of the most spectacular of these is in county Wicklow, just south of Dublin, which despite its proximity to the capital contains many kilometres of wonderfully unspoilt mountain trails of which The Wicklow Way is the best known. In fact the Wicklow Way was the first such trail in Ireland having been formally established in 1980.

The South Leinster Way.

The South Leinster Way

The South Leinster Way is a long distance walking route which runs from Kildavin Co. Carlow to Carrick-on-Suir in Co. Tipperary covering 102 km (64 miles) in length.
The predominant features in the landscape are Mount Leinster, Brandon Hill and the river valleys of the Barrow, Nore and Suir. (The Three Sisters) This stretch can be comfortably walked in five days but strong walkers can finish it in three days.

Map Guides
The Wicklow Way
The South Leinster Way

Maps with guide-book and detailed 1/50,000 scale strip maps packaged in plastic wallet. They provide information on route finding, local and natural history.

Available from:
EastWest Mapping,
Co. Wexford.

Phone: 053-9377835 or from local tourist information offices. Information Sheets are available from Failte Ireland.