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Hikes for all levels

Short and long distances, uphill or on the flat, you can chosose from a large range of hikes. Preview a number of these beautiful hikes by clicking on the links below.

Most of these walks are in the vicinity of Lough Derg, which is famous for its stunning views, flora and fauna.

Killaloe is usually the departure and return point for these walks on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare. The walks cover a very large area with markedly varying scenery.

Ballycroum
Distance: 9 km
Ascent: 260 m
Terrain: Forestry and old laneways
Downloads:
Ballycroum & East Clare Way
Ballycuggaran
Distance: 12 km
Ascent: 300 m
Terrain: Laneways and forestry
Downloads:
Ballycuggaran Map & East Clare Way
Cahermurphy
Distance: 9 km
Ascent: 150 m
Terrain: River banks, forestry
Downloads:
Cahermurphy Map & East Clare Way
Clare Glens
Distance: 4 km
Ascent: 60 m
Terrain: River stone and forestry
Downloads:
Clare Glens Map
Glenstal Woods Loop
Distance: 15 km
Ascent: 500 m
Terrain: Forestry tracks
Downloads:
Glenstal Map & Slieve Felim Way
Millennium Walk
Distance: 22 km
Ascent: 600 m
Terrain: Laneways and forestry
Downloads:
Loug Derg Way
O'Briensbridge
Distance: 30 km
Ascent: 30 m
Terrain: Forestry & canal paths
Downloads:
O'Briensbridge Map & Lough Derg Way
Riverwalk
Distance: 10 km
Ascent: 80 m
Terrain: River and forestry tracks
Downloads:
Riverwalk Map
Silvermines and Knockanroe
Distance: 12 km
Ascent: 380 m
Terrain: Laneways and forestry
Downloads:
Knockanroe Map & Slieve Felim Way

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