Burren Way and Aran Islands

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Co. Clare, Ireland

Highlights on this trip include: 

  • Breath-taking Cliffs of Moher
  • Turlough Hill Ring Fort
  • The Burren – fascinating karst Limestone landscape home to a rich tapestry of rare wild flowers
  • Dun Aonghasa
  • Trace 6000 years of human habitation
  • Traditional Irish Music

& so much more….

Grade
No Walks Available
Distance
45km (28 miles)
Duration
No Walks Available
Dates
01 Mar - 12 Oct
Type
Self Guided
Rating
No Ratings

Burren Way and Aran Islands - Overview

Collie dog on Cliffs of Moher Burren Way Walk

The Burren Way begins in Liscannor and runs for around 114 kms .It crosses a unique Karst limestone landscape and when you reach the famous Cliffs of Moher  and gaze out on the vast Atlantic ocean beyond you really do get that sense of standing in a place that has next stop – America !

Flora, Fauna, history and heritage really abound here. The cracked limestone pavements of the Burren create unique environmental conditions where rare wildflowers flourish.

This is a real pocket of archaeologically significant remnants from Neolithic Dolmens to Iron age Stone forts and early Christian sites.

The views from the high point of Mullaghmore are magnificent.

A mix of quiet country road, paths, forestry tracks and ancient cattle droving routes.

Highlights on this trip include: 

  • The stunning Cliffs of Moher
  • Inis Mor – an historical Island in the wild Atlantic Ocean.
  • The impressive Stone Age Fort of Dun Aonghasa .
  • The Burren – a geologically unique karst limestone moonscape.
  • Doolin, Irelands mecca for traditional Irish music

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Burren Way and Aran Islands - Travel

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