“So that the ocean on one side is wild
With foam and glitter, and inland among stones”
The Flaggy Shore – Geosite is a half a mile of coastline that stretches from New Quay to Finavarra with a panoramic view of Galway Bay. While there are no facilities other than a make-shift car parking area, this walk is a must if you are visiting the area. It’s beauty and wilderness inspired our very own Séamus Heaney who’s poem ‘Postcript’ details a visit he made there. A magical find in the banner county with a tarmac path along the coast making it very accessible indeed. Continue reading
We have been very quiet of late with other projects on the go and preparing for a move to the west. However I am delighted to share another great walk in Cork from Theresa of Eat.Play.Love Take it away Theresa…
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Ballyannan Woods Walkway, Midleton
Another guest post from Theresa of Eat.Play.Love. who has found a number of ideal spots in Cork suitable for buggies and small wheels. Here’s the first of many with the rest to follow over the coming weeks…
Ballyannan Woods Walkway, Midleton
There is a lovely safe walkway off the road where kids can walk or ride their scooters and bikes and great for buggies. It has a car-park off Bailick Road and if you are feeling energetic it loops around into Midleton town or into Ballyannan Woods. Continue reading
MUCKING AROUND IN MONAGHAN
A fantastic place to visit whether you live close by or are visiting the area. As Monaghan’s largest lake, Lough Muckno is very impressive. Coillte have done a wonderful job here, utilizing this facility to it’s maximum. It was a hive of activity on our visit, meeting fellow buggy pushers, cyclists, anglers, walkers and plenty of families hanging out in the very cool playground. Continue reading
I am so excited to share this walk with you. Not only has it been road tested by the lovely Theresa of Eat.Play.Love but it’s definitely one of those places in Ireland we all should put on our to-explore-list. A huge thank you to Theresa for all the photos & details. There are more wonderful posts by Theresa to follow here but please check out her super work on any of the links on this post and follow her on FB @EatPlayLoveCork.
Míle buíochas Theresa 🙂
Read more about fabulous walks in Waterford here.
Accessible walk this way
Delighted to share another guest post. This time from Sarah Sweeney a lovely Mama who contacted me on the @buggywalksire Facebook page. Details of the walk and photos were provided by Sarah. Go raibh míle maith agat!
A woody walk for wheels
This little gem of a forest is nestled between the Ox Mountains and the southern shore of Lough Gill. While the main part of it is deemed strenuous and steep, we explored the base of the route which runs alongside the river.
Nothing Scilly about this walk!
A guest post from the lovely Ruth of @corkfamilywalks:
This walk in Kinsale is the best! Starts opposite The Spaniard (signposted Scilly walk) and finishes up at The Bullman. Just sayin… All buggy friendly, last bit is on road but you can turn back before that.
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The not so Little Wood
On a visit to Slane recently we were directed to this walk by a local Mama whom we met in the playground. Littlewood Forest is located off the Collon Road in Slane, just before Slane Castle. There is free car parking & a map outlining the route.
Blackwater Park – Riverside Loop
As parks go Blackwater Park is very new having only opened in June 2015. A very buggy-friendly & accessible 1.5km tarmac track circles the park which includes an enclosed playground and playing pitches. There is ample free parking on site. This is a great asset to the town of Navan and well worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Go forth and explore more walks in Meath. You can read about them here.