Guided walks in Donegal covering Coastal, National park and Hill trails, with an experienced guide.
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Rock Climbing and Hill Walking
Specialising in providing exceptional outdoor adventure holidays, outdoor activities and mountain training courses with a difference.
Iain Miller is an experienced mountaineer with over 25 years’ experience as a mountaineer and rock climber combined with 10 years’ experience of mountain instruction. He has an extensive and unique knowledge of rural, upland and coastal Donegal. He has made over 1000 first ascents of sea stacks, sea cliffs and rock faces in both Ireland and Scotland.
Just outside Falcarragh, Co. Donegal, hidden away from the world by a wooded boundary, lies one of Donegal’s best kept secrets.
Ionad Cois Locha or the Dunlewey Lakeside Centre is situated on the shores of Dunlewey Lough in the mysterious and haunting Poison Glen. Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in the County Donegal provides a wonderful backdrop to this spectacular setting.
Glenveagh National Park, consisting of over 16,000 hectares, lies in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains in the north-west of Co. Donegal. It is a remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains and pristine lakes.
Whether you’re a novice fisherman, an experienced angler, or an enthusiastic sightseer, you can experience the thrills of deep sea fishing in the Atlantic, The Cricket, Sea-Angling charter offers you the chance to sail and fish off Donegal, on Europe’s most scenic and rugged coastline. It’s a region full of history and many islands with a strong fishing tradition.
Ards Forest Park is the most northerly forested park in Ireland, located on Sheephaven Bay and one of the few in Ireland situated by the seaside. It has six different habitats in its 481 hectares:
Doe Castle, or Caisleán na dTuath, near Creeslough, County Donegal, was historically a stronghold of Clan Suibhne, with architectural parallels to the Scottish Tower house. Built in the 16th c. it is one of the better preserved fortalices in the North-West of Ireland.
(courses include rock climbing, sea kayaking, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, hill climbing and more)
(Workhouse) Heritage Centre and Famine Exhibition
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