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  • Carrauntoohil & Macgillycuddy's Reeks ? A Walking Guide to Ireland's Highest Mountainsby Jim Ryan

    The Collins Press 2006; US$ 11.99

    A guide to 20 of popular walking routes on the MacGillycuddy's Reeks contains full-colour maps specially commissioned from the Ordnance Survey, photographs and map references. This guide also encompasses the history of the area, its geology and natural history, its place names and people. It offers useful information on travel and accommodation. more...

  • Northern Ireland A Walking Guideby Helen Fairbairn

    The Collins Press 2006; US$ 9.99

    A guide to several walking routes in Northern Ireland. From rugged mountain peaks to spectacular coastal scenery, from challenging hill walks to shorter woodland and waterside excursions, this selection aims to provide something for everyone. more...

  • The Burren & The Aran Islands ? A Walking Guideby Tony Kirby

    The Collins Press 2009; US$ 11.99

    A guide to some of the best walking routes in the region, with lucid descriptions and additional information to enhance the walkers' enjoyment and appreciation of the place. Each route, prefaced with a quick-reference summary, is illustrated with a clear sketch map. more...

  • Eating Scenery: West Cork, The People and the Placeby Alannah Hopkin

    The Collins Press 2008; US$ 6.99

    You can't eat scenery' is an old saying about making a living in beautiful but remote places. West Cork is such a place, remarkable for the many ways people make it work for them. Alannah Hopkin discovers a vibrant community of diverse people with compelling stories to tell. A multi-faceted portrait of west Cork. more...

  • The Beara & Sheep's Head Peninsulas: A Walking Guideby Adrian Hendroff

    The Collins Press 2015; US$ 11.99

    The Beara and Sheep?s Head Peninsulas, in the southwest of Ireland, are both unspoilt and hold some of Ireland?s most beautiful scenery. These routes range from short hikes to longer treks, coastal and inland, something to suit everyone?s interest. Stroll the woodland and mountain trails of Gougane Barra or take on Hungry Hill for a more challenging... more...

  • The Dingle Peninsula: A Walking Guideby Adrian Hendroff

    The Collins Press 2015; US$ 11.99

    The spectacular Dingle Peninsula in southwest Ireland extends westward into the Atlantic from Tralee to Slea Head. Voted among the Top 100 destinations in the world by TripAdvisor and referred to as ?the most beautiful place on earth? by National Geographic, its landscape includes soaring mountaintops, gentle hillsides, secluded lakes and valleys,... more...

  • Donegal, Sligo & Leitrim: A Walking Guideby Adrian Hendroff

    The Collins Press 2012; US$ 11.99

    The northwest of Ireland provides a diversity of walks, from the wild, untamed landscape of Donegal to the gentler hills and green valleys of Sligo and Leitrim. This guidebook describes 27 walks of various grades, accompanied by quality photographs and specially drawn maps. Walk descriptions also include material on the rich natural history, folklore,... more...

  • East of Ireland Walks ? On River and Canalby Lenny Antonelli

    The Collins Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    River and canal walks can have special appeal, the scenery always changing due to flowing water, weirs, locks and the changing countryside. Ireland's rivers and canals are rich in wildlife, history and folklore, and many can be explored on mostly flat, little-used trails. These hidden corridors of wildness through rural and urban Ireland reveal remnants... more...

  • Ireland's Best Walks : A Walking Guideby Helen Fairbairn; Gareth McCormack

    The Collins Press 2014; US$ 11.99

    In a country richly endowed with wild mountain ranges, secluded valleys and untamed coastlines, the best natural landscapes can only be explored on foot. Here are over sixty of the greatest one-day walking routes in Ireland, varying from short strolls to full-day treks. Every part of the Republic and Northern Ireland is featured. From rugged peaks... more...

  • The Kerry Way: A Walking Guideby Dónal Nolan

    The Collins Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    The Kerry Way is Ireland?s longest waymarked trail and one of the most popular. Looping around the Iveragh Peninsula, it follows narrow country roads, forest paths, abandoned coach roads and mass paths, national park land and farmland. This clear and lively guide gives the prospective wayfarer enough information to plan and enjoy every step. It offers... more...