Walking in Donegal
Ardara Walking Festival
Monargan, Ardara, Co Donegal Tel: 086 2341061 Web: www.ardara.ie
The heritage town of Ardara host an Annual Walking Festival offering some of the best walks in Ireland. All levels of walker are catered for.
Donegal Town, Co Donegal Tel: 074 9722123 Web: www.bluestackramblers.com
The Bluestack Ramblers are an active walking club in Donegal Town catering for all walkers , both local and tourist, first timers and seasoned! The walks range from 3kms to 20kms following local rivers, narrow roads and treks into the mountains.
Creevy Shore Walk
Creevy, Rossnowlagh, Tel: 071 9852896 E: email@example.com
The Creevy Shore Walk is a purpose built coastal footpath 10 miles in length running from Rossnowlagh through Creevy to the mouth of the Erne Estuary. Spectacular scenery across Donegal Bay. Equipped with fence stiles and directional markers. Suited to the physically fit.
The Rossnowlagh Rambers
Social Walking Group. Meet every Tuesday at 10am(sharp), in Coolmore Car Park. Adults only Tel: 087 228 1273
The Rougey Walk
Bundoran, Co Donegal
A circular walk around the Headland with views of the Atlantic Ocean to one side and Golf course to the other.
Sligo Tel: 071 9161201
This is a pleasant lakeshore and hillside walk with tracks all the way. It is an easy to follow route with views of Lough Gill.
Slieve League Cultural Centre, Teelin, Co Donegal Tel: 074 9739077 Web: www.sliabhleague.com
Suil Siar is part of the Slieve League Cultural Centre offering guided hillwalking, coastal walks and rambles, Slieve League – the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Walks catered to suit all grades. Qualified local guides.
Walking & Talking in Ireland
Clemenstown, Ballylar, Letterkenny, Co Donegal Tel: 074 9159366 E: info @walktalkireland.com W: www.walktalkireland.com
Walking the highlands and headlands of Antrim and Donegal, visiting Rathlin Island and Giants Causeway.
Experience the landscape, rugged scenery, history and culture.