Wandelgidsen van Ierland in het Engels.

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Burren & Aran Islands

Burren and Aran Islands Wandelgids - Tony Kirby
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Connemara & Mayo

Connemara and Mayo wandelgids - Paul Phelan
Connemara and Mayo wandelgids - Connemara and Mayo form an area known for stunning scenery with high hills meeting white sandy beaches at the edge of the Atlantic. A wide variety of walks and terrains are covered: easy two-hour walks on surfaced paths; two to three-hour flat island and coastal walks; two to four-hour gentle hill and mountain hikes; four to seven-hour strenuous hill walks, some of which can be combined to form serious mountain challenges. Detailed instructions are provided along with interesting information regarding archaeology, history, landscape, flora and wildlife. Maps are included for each walk while photographs illustrate the routes and to give a sense of the beautiful scenery. Start and finish points are identified (with grid references), along with suggestions as to nearby items of interest or refreshment options. Alternative routes and variations on walks are provided along with safety warnings and escape routes where appropriate.
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Dingle Way Rucksack Readers

The Dingle Way

The Dingle Way runs 112 miles (179 km) around the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, through some of the finest scenery in Ireland's south-west. It starts and finishes in Tralee, accessible by train or bus from Dublin, and from Kerry Airport. The complete walk takes eight days, but it can easily be shortened.

The Way follows country lanes, quiet roads and cliff-top paths, punctuated by long stretches of glorious beach walking with spectacular seascapes and mountain views. The Peninsula is rich in wildlife, archaeology and charming Irish pubs.

This guide contains everything a walker needs:

. concise, up-to-date directions

. contact details for accommodation and transport

. background on history, geology and wildlife

. special feature on the Blasket Islands

. side-trips up Mount Eagle and Brandon Mountain

. town plan of Tralee

. lavishly illustrated with 70 colour photographs

. drop-down route map (scale 1 :115,000)

. waterproof, rucksack- friendly format.


Pages: 64
Size: 14,5 cm x 22 cm

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Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsulas

The Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsulas wandelgids - Adrian Hendroff
Wandelgids The Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsulas - de drie schiereilanden in een wandelgids - These three peninsulas dominate the picturesque landscape of southwest Ireland. This guide describes exhilarating walks in each peninsula, accompanied by photographs and maps. The walks provide a range of options, for those familiar with the region and for first-time visitors, for beginners and experienced hill walkers.
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Dublin & Wicklow Walking

Dublin & Wicklow: A Walking Guide
A comprehensive guide to the walks and treks around Dublin and Wicklow, Ireland. With many full color photos.
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Ireland Car Tours & Walks

Landscapes Countryside Ireland
Steeped in legend and history, Ireland has cairns, stone circles, standing stones, ring-forts and countless burial sites, all testifying to diverse Neolithic cultures. Including walks in the Irish Republic and in Northern Ireland, this countryside guide focuses on the mountainous coastal regions.

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Kerry Way

The Kerry Way: A Walking Guide - 2015
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 a detailed description of the trail plus lively asides on geology, history, folklore, settlement, flora and fauna. Above all, this guide will keep the reader from getting lost. The trail description is broken down into sections from the first step out of Killarney, through the high passes in the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks, into the splendour of the Ring of Kerry, and back to Killarney. This guidebook is a light, lively guide to this 200km walk, with enough guidance, cultural background and natural history to ensure the user stays on trackto arrive at their car, hostel or B&B.
Kerry Way Rucksack
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Kerry Way Rucksack Readers

The Kerry Way

The Kerry Way runs for 126 miles (203 km) through Ireland's spectacular mountain landscapes, starting and finishing in the town of Killarney. It passes by dramatic peaks and glens, winds through wild moorlands and lakes and climbs over windswept passes, with some wide coastal panoramas. The

complete walk takes nine days, but is easily shortened using public transport.

This guide contains everything a walker needs:

. drop-down map showing the whole route in five panels

. the Way in sections, with summaries of distance, terrain and refreshment stops

. concise background on geology, scenery and wildlife

. a special feature on Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest peak

. planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane

. town plan of Killarney

. in full colour, with over 70 photographs

. on waterproof paper throughout.


Pages: 64
Size: 14,5 cm x 22 cm


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Pilgrim Paths

Pilgrim Paths in Ireland:

by John G. O'Dwyer

In recent times the popularity of the Camino de Santiago has prompted renewed interest in pilgrim walks in Ireland. Increasing numbers now follow ancient Irish pilgrim paths. Irish people have a particular sensitivity to holy places, such as Clonmacnoise, Croagh Patrick, Lough Derg and Glendalough. John G. O'Dwyer has walked the ancient pilgrim routes of Ireland, from Slemish Mountain in the northeast, where Christianity may have had its first dawning in Ireland, to Skellig Michael in the southwest, where the known world once ended. Each pilgrim walk description has directions, the degree of difficulty, estimated time and maps. The paths are varied and suitable for all, from casual ramblers to committed hillwalkers. In each route description the author's feelings and experiences are recounted, the entertaining and insightful characters met along the way described. On the pilgrim routes the search for spiritual fulfilment continues in 21st century Ireland.
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Wicklow Way Rucksack Readers

The Wicklow Way

The Wicklow Way is Ireland's most accessible long-distance walk, running between Marlay Park, south Dublin, and Clonegal, 82 miles (132 km) to the south-west. The scenery is varied, with much of the route lying over 1600 feet (500 m).


From the heather-clad Wicklow Mountains, the Way gives glorious views over mountains, loughs and the Irish coast. In lower sections it passes through forests and farmland, on a mixture of tracks, roads and winding lanes rich in wildlife and history.

The book contains all a walker needs:

. detailed and up-to-date directions

. planning information for accommodation and transport

. background information on history and wildlife

. details on Glendalough's Monastic City

. lavishly illustrated, with 70 colour photographs

. drop-down route map (scale 1:100,000)

. rucksack-friendly format and waterproof


Pages: 64
Dimensions: 14,5 cm x 22 cm