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2012 Cavan Walking Festival

Don’t miss the 2012 Cavan Walking Festival taking place over the May Bank Holiday Weekend  5th – 7th May. From vigorous, scenic mountain walks to refreshing lakeside and riverside walks, the festival will have something to suit everyone.  All walks are being led by trained Walking Leaders and local guides will be present to further interpret the walks. Refreshments will be provided for participants. Visit www.cavansportspartnership.ie  or t: 09 4378 582 for more information.

Cavan County Council/ Cavan County Council are once again running the Cavan Walking Festival over the May Bank Holiday Weekend:  5th – 7th May.   2012 will be the second year of the festival which was a huge success in 2011.

This year’s festival will be bigger than last year with walks provisionally taking place in the following locations:

  1. Ballyconnell Canal Walk
  2. Virginia – Deerpark Forest
  3. Cuilcagh Mountain
  4. Cootehill
  5. Sean Eamon Ruairi Trail, Glangevlin
  6. Castle Walk, Bailieborough
  7. Garvagh Lough
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Cavan Walking Festival,29 April-2 May 2011

Cavan Walking Festival

Date and time: 29 April-2 May 2011 

 

Cavan Sports Partnership and Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark are delighted to announce Cavan’s 1st Walking Festival which will take place from Friday 29th April to Sunday 1st May 2011. The festival includes five walks which have been designed to meet the needs of all walking abilities. The festival will showcase the natural beauty of West Cavan and the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark and will encourage people to be more involved in walking as a form of physical activity. All walks are being led by trained IHF Walking Leaders and local guides will be present to add a history element to the walks. Refreshments will be provided for participants after each walk.

Participants must register for walks.  All walks will be led by IHF walking leaders

Walks:

Walk for All Shannon Pot – a short accessible walk suitable for all

Ballyconnell Canal Walk – a 5km walk alongside the Woodford river (buggy friendly)

Sean Eamon Ruairi Trail – a 7km trail through Glangevlin

Cuilcagh Summitt Walk – a 14km trail through the Cuilcagh mountain (for serious walkers)

Killeshandra Lake & Forest Walk & Family Scavenger Hunt (family focused easy grade) Click Here For More Information

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