Belvoir, Kilkishen, Co Clare
The hill Knockanuarha is located 5 km (3.1 miles) southeast of Kilkishen village in East Clare. The main summit is marked by an Ordnance Survey Trig Point or Triangulation Pillar. The height is 309 metres or 1014 feet above mean sea level. There is another peak about 10 metres lower and 400 metres away to the west south west.
Doonbeg, Co Clare
‘’To provide for our visiting anglers, an exciting Irish Angling Holiday, to enlighten them on our traditions and culture, whilst observing due awareness for their safety, and the environment in which we fish.’’
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.
Kilballyowen, Cross, Kilrush, Clare
Carmel Madigan offers Botanical Guided walking tours which also dip into the historical heritage of the area, with which she is so familiar. The wonderful high season hedgerows of the Peninsula are analysed as she leads her walkers through an atmospheric, treeless open environment filled with the grandeur of nature and hints of history.
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.