Grade 3

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Muckish Mountain,

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Muckish Mountain, An Mhucais Muckish is 666 mts above sea level with 360* views, it is known as one of the seven sisters and the 1st mountain to tick off your sheet when you are doing the Glover Challenge.

Maghery, Dungloe, coastal walk.

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Maghery, Dungloe, coastal walk. guided walk with walkingdonegal

Gola Island, Oileán Ghabhla.

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Gola Island is only 1 mile from the Gweedore mainland from the pier in Machaire Gathlán , Visit the old school house, built in 1846 that had once housed about 70 pupils at its peak, and the children’s graveyard Reilig na bPáisti, the sea arch and the steep cliffs to the north of the island.

Tory Island, Oileán Thoraí Guided walks


Tory is an magical and mystical island which is rich in Archaeological and monastic sites, lying 9 miles of the North West coast, with a daily ferry from Machaire Uí Robhartaigh pier, Tory has excellent walks to the East of this island if your into Steep cliffs with sea birds to the North, and as you look back to the mainland with commanding views of the Derryveagh Mountains and also of Bloody Foreland.

Bamba’s Crown Malin Head

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Bamba's Crown Malin Head | Walking Donegal, Napoleonic wars, signal tower for Lloyds, lunch sitting on the edge of the Earth,

Ards Forest Park

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One of the walks available is a Historical one where you will learn about the fascinating stories of the old Ards house, a stately manor built around 1708, the first owners were the Wrays and the bought by Alexander Stewart in 1782,

walking the line

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Walk along the railway and through cuttings, and rambling on an old bog road to Lough Naboll at the base of Muckish Mountain , learn about the Flora and Fauna and the history of the Muckish Glass. Walking Donegal

Bloody Foreland Coastal walk

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Feel the Atlantic breeze as you walk on the edge of the Atlantic coast of Bloody Foreland with great views of Tory Island and go around Foreland point, Check out the Promontory fort and the sea arch that takes you to the North Western part of Ireland, have your lunch in a sheltered cove as the Atlantic swell tumbles the rocks over each other and rounding all their edges, Great for flora and fauna with its coastal flowers and the heather's in the nearby bogs, walk suitable for all ages and levels of fitness,

Altan Farm


Altan Farm ... This has to be one of my favourite walk and the most peaceful place to bring locals and tourists alike , Walking Donegal

Doagh Island


Take in the beautiful scenery of Doagh Island, taking in Pollan Bay, Carrickabraghy Castle and the Doagh Famine Village.

Create your own walk

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Why not allow me to help you tailor a walk in Donegal suited exactly to your interests and requirements?