A GARDEN STROLL
Location: Rathmullan House Hotel, Rathmullan, Donegal
Path: Stone, gravel and forest paths (sturdy buggy/stroller required) Continue reading
Location: Ards Forest park is situated 5km north of Creeslough on the N56.
Path: A variety of forest loop trails, one short multi-access trail, nature trail (not accessible) Continue reading
Location: Glenree, Carrickart, Co. Donegal,
Path: Accessible, flat boardwalk (1km long) Continue reading
Location: St. Jospeh’s Road, Portumna Demesne, Portumna, Galway
Path: Multi-access trail – Flat tarmac looped walk and other forest trails
Location: The access to the Great Southern Trail (GST) in Newcastle West is located opposite Gaelscoil Ó Doghair on Station Road.
Path: Gravel path ideal for bikes, buggies, walkers and runners.
Location: In the village of Mooghaun South, 3km north of the village Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare
Path: Forest trail and gravel path, hilly/steep in parts – buggy-friendly (recommend sturdy buggy)
Sligo is a hidden treasure (in my view). It is very much off the tourist trail which makes it a quiet place to visit but there is so much on offer. Climbing Knocknarea is most definitely a highlight. Please read full details below and click on this link for more details about Knocknarea and Strandhill. Continue reading
Location: Road R341, Recess, Connemara Greenway, Galway
Path: Flat tarmac linear, crosses the main road in sections
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