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Slane Ramparts

The Ramparts Walk in Slane follows the towpath of the Boyne River Navigation System, which is a combination of footpaths and tracks  alongside the river and canals. The walk starts in Slane village and includes some beautiful views of Slane Castle and Stackallen weir.

Boyne Valley Camino

The Boyne Valley Camino is a self guided, 25km looped walk starting in Drogheda town centre. The walk follows the River Boyne through the beautiful Townley Hall woods and then on to Mellifont Abbey, Oldbridge Estate, Tullyallen, the Boyne Canal and returning to Drogheda along the Boyneside Trail.

Official Camino Passports can be used to collect the beautiful stamps created by local artists along the route.

Townley Hall

The grounds of Townley Hall are open to the public, with beautiful woodland walks, including King William’s Glen, which goes all the way to Tullyallen.

Oldbridge Estate

The grounds around the Oldbridge Estate (also known as the Battle of the Boyne) has some wonderful walking trails through fields, woodlands and along the Boyne river and canal. The estate house is stunning and includes a small but very interest museum all about the Battle of the Boyne.

The cafe is located in the beautiful walled gardens and is a lovely place to stop for lunch or afternoon tea.

Slieve Gullion Forrest Park

Slieve Gullion Forrest Park has a variety of walking and hiking trails to suits all abilities. There is a wonderful Giant’s Liar Story Trail through the woods and a super playground for kids. Plenty of picnic tables and car parking available, as well as a lovely cafe by the playground.

Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail

Known as ‘Ireland’s Stairway to Heaven’ the Cuilagh Boardwalk is a walking trail through the scenic wilderness of Cuilcagh Mountain, in County Fermanagh. The trail starts at the Marble Arch Caves and meanders along a quiet farmland track before traversing a wooden boardwalk that consists of a steady climb through boulder fields to the summit plateau.

On a clear day you can see the Sligo Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland.

Girley Bog Walk

The Girley is a unique raised bog located in a conservation area and it comprises a rare and wonderful habitat for birdlife, plants and animals. There is a 6km looped eco walking trail through a mixture of woodland and bogland. There is also a shorter 1.5km looped walk. It’s a very beautiful and safe walking trail for all the family.

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