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Unused train track, perfectly safe to use.
Dunmanway to Drimoleague railway line opened in 1877and closed in 1961. Walk along a disused railway track, perfectly safe to use.
Drimoleague Heritage Walkways Committee as an annual contemplative walk. For more see: http://topoftherock.ie/st-finbarrs-way/ "In West Cork and South Kerry the practise of walking pilgrim paths to St Finbarr’s hermitage in Gougane Barra has been in place for many...
Walk along a disused railway track, perfectly safe to use.
Seven hour walking route on roads and forest tracks.
This is the complete section from the pub at Bweeng to the Carpark at Mushera. The sections across Mossy Bed and Nadd Bog are very wet all year round. Forest operations at the start of the Nadd bog section means that the way markings are not easily visible. Overall...
This is the section over Mossy Bed (between Nadd Bog and Bert Hill), the surface is very wet / muddy underfoot, even during dry spells. The route crosses 2 streams and these have sleepers and steps to assist. Some of the embankments are showing signs of erosion so I...
Seven hour walk on mostly back roads.
This walk follows the edge of the Miskish Mountains with great scenery of the Iveragh Peninsula