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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...
Unused train track, perfectly safe to use.
This walk follows the edge of the Miskish Mountains with great scenery of the Iveragh Peninsula
This trail is part of the old railway line from Banteer to Kanturk.
A moderate walk with some decent views. This is part of the Beara Way trail
Built in 1867 this railway track connects the town of Kinsale to Cork to Bantry. There are plans in place to redevelop the railway for walking route.
6 – 7 hour walking route on roads.
The Cork/Macroom Rail line opened in 1866 and closed in 1953. Walk along a disused railway track, perfectly safe to use.