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Ballycuggaran Trail

Ballycuggaran Trail

Ogonelloe, Scarriff, Co Clare

The site is situated on Crag Hill on the lower slopes of the Slieve Bernagh Mountains overlooking Lough Derg.There are 2 waymarked trails in this forest – one is a moderate looped walk called the Crag Wood Walk and this trailhead also gives access onto the East Clare Way.

Burren Ecotourism Network

Burren Ecotourism Network

The Burren, c/o The Burren Connect Project, Co Clare

The Burren Ecotourism Network is a network of businesses who promote “Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people” and they provide really great holiday experiences for all their visitors.

Cahercommaun Stone Fort

Cahercommaun Stone Fort

Cahercommaun, Co Clare

Cahercommaun is situated on a burren hilltop over looking a wooded valley. The fort itself is quite worn down by time. The aerial shots you can see here give the best view of the structure.

Cliffs of Moher Coastal Cliff Walk from Liscannor to Doolin

Cliffs of Moher Coastal Cliff Walk from Liscannor to Doolin

Coast Line, Liscannor/Cliffs of Moher/Doolin, Co Clare

The Cliffs of Moher Coastal Walk Project is a collaborative effort between Clare County Council, Clare Local Development Company, The National Trails Office, Fáilte Ireland, the local community and almost 40 landowners along the route.

Doolin Cliff Walks

Doolin Cliff Walks

Fisherstreet, Doolin, Co Clare

Doolin Cliff Walk provides a guided walk from Fisherstreet in the Doolin Village of County Clare, along the sea cliffs leading to the Cliffs of Moher. The walk will be guided by local historian and farmer, Pat Sweeney who will follow a trail route along the coast and above the Doolin cliffs. With the green fields of cows and sheep on the local farms on one side and the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean on the other, this is a unique way to experience the stunning views and breath-taking rural...

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