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Walking holiday in Cork

Cork has some of the best walking routes in Ireland. There are 40 designated waymark trails alone, not to mention countless unofficial walks. If you are planning a walking holiday in Ireland why not check out some of Corks scenic walking routes.  Some of the more popular routes are the Sheeps Head Area, The Beara Way, The Blackwater Way and the The Ballyhoura Way.

Why not use one of our Walkers Welcome B&Bs as a base. Walkers Welcome B&B’s offer great locations and storage facilities for their guests, with the option of an early continental breakfast if you want to hit the road early! You can expect a warm welcome, comfortable accommodation, great service and best of all; a chance to mix with a real Irish family who have local knowledge on the best walks in the area, times, distances, suitability for the level of fitness, etc. and local access information plus contact details for local walking guides.

Suggested walking routes in Cork

The Beara Way walking route is a circuit of the Beara Peninsula following side roads, bog roads and tracks, taking in all that is special about the area. There are also a number of excellent waymarked looped trails to be discovered on the Beara Peninsula.

Sheep’s Head Way has been chosen as the best walk in Ireland by Country Walking magazine. The walk is 90KM's (55 miles) long and has a huge variety of terrain all with breathtaking views. Sheep’s Head has also been awarded the title of European Destination of Excellence – Tourism and Protected Areas

The Blackwater Way stretches for 188KM’s and has been formed by combining two separate routes all the way from Clogheen in County Tipperary to Muckross in County Kerry. Comprising of the Knockmealdown Mountains, the Blackwater Valley, the Nagle Hills and Paps Mountains.

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Posted: 03 Jul 2014 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Cork, Walking B&Bs, walking holidays

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