Trailwalkers Ireland specialise in self guided walking holidays in Ireland. Their aim is to ensure your experience the rugged, rural aspect of Ireland. Staying in comfortable accommodation, enjoying good food and a great night's sleep. All prices include accommodation and breakfast as standard. The routes offered by Trailwalkers Ireland include: The Western Way Co. Mayo and Galway, The Wicklow Way, The Dublin Mountain Way and the Barrow Way in Co. Kildare and Carlow.The Western WayThe Western Way is a long distance trail in Ireland. The distance is 179 kilometres (111 miles) long starting in Ballycastle Co Mayo and ending in Oughterard Co Galway. The trail is designated as a National Waymarked Trail by the National Trails Office of the Sports Council and is managed by Coilte, Mayo Co. Co. and Galway Co. Co.The Wicklow WayThe Wicklow Way is one of a network of long-distance self-guided walking trails throughout Ireland. The Wicklow Way is waymarked and has a wide variety of scenic experiences, some of them in truly remote upland areas. They include mountains, upland lakes, steep-sided glacial valleys, fast flowing mountain streams, forests and farmland. The Wicklow Way begins in Dublin's Marley Park and travels in a southern direction across the Dublin and Wicklow uplands, then through the rolling hill country of southwest Co Wicklow to finish in a small Co. Carlow village of Clonegal 127 kilometres later. The Wicklow Way is a test of physical endurance and can take from 8 to 10 days to complete.The Dublin Mountain WayThe Dublin Mountain Way Is a long distance trail, (DMW), across the mountains from Shankill in the east to Tallaght (Sean Walsh Park) in the west, in all approxamately 40 kilometres of trail. This project has been achieved through the cooperation of Coillte, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, South Dublin County Council, Dublin City Council and some private landowners. Views of the city and coastline are visible from the highest point Fairy Castle.The Barrow WayThe Barrow Way is a National Waymarked Way and is 114 km long. It is a peaceful route, through a quiet landscape with the river constantly flowing alongside as you stroll at your leisure. The towpath consists of grassy paths, tracks and quiet roads.This route is frequently interrupted by villages and towns. The towpath starting at Robertstown and finished at St. Mullins at the Barrow Estuary heading for Waterford Harbour.
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