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  1. Recreational walking route
    IE | Recreational walking route
    | 480 m | EN
    Follow the footsteps of the great WB Yeats and visit the Glencar Waterfall, which he writes about in his poem "The Stolen Child". The path is paved, but at the end you have stairs.
  2. Hiking route
    IE | Hiking route
    | 34.1 km | EN
    The Ballyhoura Way (Irish: Slí Bhealach Eabhra) is a long-distance trail in Ireland. It is 89 kilometres (55 miles) long and begins at St John’s Bridge, near Kanturk, County Cork and ends at Limerick Junction, County Limerick. It is typically completed...
  3. Hiking route
    IE | Hiking route
    | 2.03 km | EN
    More information on Openstreetmap.Inspired by OSM.Roads Appropriateness as Hiking route: Paved: (100% paved)Traffic load: (0% car free)Noise pollution: Landscape Characteristics Nature landscape: Urbanized area: Near water: Dominant direction() :10% :29%...
  4. Recreational cycle route
    IE | Recreational cycle route
    | 40.8 km | EN
    There is little (no) chance you will be seeing cars along this route. A great route with the best scenic roads in rapid succession. This route is doable for everyone. Happy travelling. A great route! My score: 9 (out of 10).
  5. Recreational cycle route
    IE | Recreational cycle route
    | 32.7 km | EN
    Some nice cycling paths and tracks in Bolleek. If you're on an E-bike, this tour will be easy. There is little (no) chance you will be seeing cars along this route. In a nutshell: cycling cycling cycling is the creed of this route.
  6. Cycle route
    IE | Cycle route
    | 96.5 km | EN
    This is a fine cycle for tourists who want to see the wilds of west Mayo. The roads are quiet and Ballycroy National Park is worth a coffee stop' I suggest cycling clockwise. The Great Western Greenway can be used from Newport to Mulrany. For further...

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