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Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: A Walking Guide, Helen Fairbairn - The Wild Atlantic Way follows the magnificent west coast of Ireland, passing golden beaches, thrusting headlands and soaring sea cliffs. Renowned walking-guide author Helen Fairbairn explores the best walking routes of the region, recommending trips to uninhabited islands, coastal mountains and much more. Routes vary from two to six hours, and are illustrated with colour photos and detailed maps. Whatever your level of expertise, this comprehensive guide is all you need to discover the real wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way.  Published April 16. 

ISBN: 9781848892675 - Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: A Walking Guide 2016


The Mournes Walks, Paddy Dillon - They sweep down to the sea, they rise in huge heathery humps, surrounded by farmlands divided into tiny, stone-walled fields. Explore the Mournes in the company of walking expert Paddy Dillon, taking in rugged coast, high mountains and forest parks.
Follow the mighty Mourne Wall on its meanderings and visit the quiet corners where the history, heritage, wildlife and stillness of the area can be enjoyed. Covers all parts of the Mournes - the High and Low Mournes as well as the Kingdom of Mourne; the Silent Valley circuit; the Mourne Coastal Path; the old smuggling route of the Brandy Pad; Warrenpoint and Rostrevor; the complete Mounre Wall circuit; the Mourne Trail section of the Ulster Way in four parts from Newry to Clough; Tollymore and Castlewellan Forest Parks; as well as lesser-known outlying trails such as the Castlwellan Loanans. Published April 15.

ISBN: 9781847177612 - The Mournes Walks 2015

Irelands Best Walks: A Walking Guide, Helen Fairbairn - 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 and chiselled ridge lines to towering sea cliffs and sheltered loughs, these routes take you past all the country's finest scenery. Many of the routes are hill-walks, with clear descriptions of the country's classic mountain ascents. Even seasoned hillwalkers will find challenging outings. Each walk is illustrated with sketch maps and colour photos and is prefaced with a quick-reference summary and access notes. Route descriptions include clear navigational guidance to keep you on the right track.  Published August 14.

ISBN: 9781848892118 - Ireland's Best Walks

The Kerry Way, Donal Nolan - 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 track to arrive at their car, hostel or B&B.  Published May 15. 

ISBN: 9781848892354 - The Kerry Way


The Burren and The Aran Islands: A Walking Guide, Tony Kirby - The Burren and the Aran Islands, with their unique combination of flora, fauna and landscape, are explored by large numbers of walkers annually. This revised guide to the best walking routes in the region has clear descriptions and additional information to enhance enjoyment and appreciation of the place. From the rugged interior to spectacular coastal scenery, from challenging upland walks to shorter road and waterside excursions, this guide has something for everyone. Walks vary from two-hour strolls to the longer Burren Way, a six-hour walk from Lisdoonvarna to Ballyvaughan. The author's considerable experience and detailed knowledge of the area ensures the best of this region is featured. Each route description consists of a quick-reference summary, a clear sketch map, and detailed access information while points of interest are highlighted geology, flora and fauna, history, archaeology and folklore.  Published August 14.

ISBN: 9781848892002 - The Burren & the Aran Islands


char: Walking Ireland's Ancient Pilgrim Paths, Darach MacDonald - Tóchar (Causeway) is a walking-pace travelogue through the country that was dubbed the Island of Saints and Scholars long before the Celtic Tiger took up residence. Set against the backdrop of spectacular scenery in every corner of Ireland, the book recounts the trials and tribulations of a modern-day pilgrim, who follows in the footsteps of the ancients along prescribed paths, which range from hikes of a few hours duration to day-long treks and the three-day ordeal in St Patrick's Purgatory. This is a guide to the magical soul of Celtic Christianity, written from the perspective of a struggling, á la carte Irish Catholic, who could best be described as a healthy sceptic in matters of belief . The result is a narrative that is at times uplifting and at times uncomfortable, but which is always engaging and honest. While there are pilgrimage prayers along the Tóchar as well as historical background on the places once revered throughout Christendom, there are also pints in pleasant pubs, a rich diversity of literary references, anecdotes and personal reflections on faith, morality and religious practice, which are offered in a spontaneous and unselfconscious spirit. Published May 13.

ISBN: 9781848402478 - Tochar

The Dingle Peninsula: A Walking Guide, Adrian Hendroff - 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, ancient ruins, dramatic sea cliffs and long, sandy beaches. This guide takes you off the beaten track to explore this stunning landscape in a variety of walking routes ranging from short hikes to full-day treks. From the wild extremities of the Great Blasket Island to the majestic heights of Mount Brandon and the comfort of the Dingle Way, there's something for all tastes. Each route is prefaced with a reference summary and illustrated with maps and photographs. Route descriptions include GPS coordinates, navigation guidance, access notes and short variations. There is also material on the fauna, flora, folklore, history, geology and place names of each area.  Published April 15.  .

ISBN: 9781848892330 - The Dingle Peninsula

Killarney to Valentia Island: A Walking Guide, Adrian Hendroff - The Iveragh Peninsula, the largest in southwest Ireland, stretches from Killarney to Bolus Head and attracts thousands of visitors annually. The Ring of Kerry coastal road winds along its fringes and sandstone peaks soar high above. It is a landscape of raw and stunning beauty from the lakes that fill the corries to the spectacular cliff scenery along its coast. There is no better way to explore this landscape than on foot. This book helps you do just that with routes ranging from a few hours to full-day walks. Explore Valentia Island, the majestic MacGillycuddy's Reeks and sections of The Kerry Way. Go off the beaten track and explore the coast, hills and woodlands from Killarney to Cahersiveen to Kenmare. Each route is prefaced with a reference summary and illustrated with maps and photographs. Route descriptions include GPS coordinates, navigation guidance, access notes and short variations. There is also material on the fauna, flora, folklore, history, geology and place names of each area. Published March 15.

ISBN: 9781848892323 - Killarney to Valentia Island

The Beara and Sheep's Head Peninsula: A Walking Guide, Adrian Hendroff - The Beara and Sheep's Head Peninsulas lie in the southwest of Ireland, pointed fingers of land wedged between the Kenmare River, Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay. They are peaceful, unspoiled peninsulas where the wild and largely untamed nature of the landscape immediately casts its magical spell. There is no better way to explore and experience this stunning landscape than on foot. This guidebook describes some of the best walking routes in the area: from Dursey Island and Bear Island to the Caha and Shehy Mountains, from the forest trails of Glengarriff to the lakes of Glaninchiquin, and from the tip of the Sheep's Head to the ridges of Peakeen and Seefin. The routes range from short hikes to longer treks, coastal and inland, something to suit everyone's interest. Each route is prefaced with a reference summary and illustrated with maps and photographs. Route descriptions include GPS coordinates, navigation guidance, access notes and short variations. There is also material on the fauna, flora, folklore, history, geology and place names of each area. Published May 15. 

ISBN: 9781848892347 - The Beara & Sheep's Head Peninsulas

Pilgrim Paths of Ireland: A Guide, 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. Published April 13. 

ISBN: 9781848891715 - Pilgrim Paths of Ireland

Ireland's County High Points: A Walking Guide, Kieron Gribbon - Whether a leisurely rambler or a serious hill walker, there s a good chance you have visited or plan to visit at least one of Ireland's County High Points. While this special set of Irish hills and mountains continues to attract more visitors each year, they've never had a walking guidebook exclusively devoted to them. Ireland's County High Points A Walking Guide explains everything you need to know as a walker before setting out on your County High Point quests. Each county-focused chapter contains a brief county profile and detailed walking route descriptions accompanied by easy-to-read maps. Also featured are various challenge options based on County High Points. This definitive guide is based on detailed desk-study investigation combined with on-site research, and dispels any commonly-believed myths that may have previously lingered over certain County Top and County Peak locations.  Published March 12.

ISBN: 9781848891401 - Ireland's County High Points


Walking in Ireland 50 Walks Through the Heart and Soul of Ireland, Christopher Somerville - A comprehensive guide to the fifty most stunning walks in northern and southern Ireland for all levels of ability, by one of the UK's finest travel writers. Walking has never been a more popular pastime and nowhere is more beautiful for walkers to explore than Ireland. In this beautifully written and superbly researched guide, Christopher Somerville draws on his very popular column for the Irish Independent, to present 50 of the very best walks in Ireland – from the Nephin Beg Mountains in Mayo to Dingle Way in Kerry. Practical instructions for the walks are married with evocative and informative passages on the history, flora and fauna, culture and topography of the land. Whether it's exploring the Burren in its floral glory or seeing the Walls of Derry, or even sitting at home in your armchair planning your next walk, this book will prove popular with walkers, holiday makers and anyone who loves the Irish landscape. Published March 11. K

ISBN: 9780091938376 - Walking in Ireland

Ireland Car Tours and Walks, Peter Singer - Including 22 long and short walks and 14 car tours in the Irish Republic and in Northern Ireland, this countryside guide focuses on the mountainous coastal regions. Ireland is a country of unmatchable landscapes that never fail to give you a satisfying sense of discovery - from the magnificently wooded Killarney lakeland to the stark moonscapes of the Burren, from the sheer cliffs, exposed headlands and sand-fringed coves of the indented west coast to the wild misty hills in Donegal, from the dazzling Giant's Causeway to secluded loughs hidden in turf-laden mountains. Steeped in legend and history, Ireland has cairns, stone circles, standing stones, ring-forts and countless burial sites, all testifying to diverse Neolithic cultures. These exciting archaeological finds will be special attractions on all your excursions. The book features large-scale topo walking maps (1:50,000), fold-out touring maps and timetables for local transport. Unique free on-line update service with specific route change information. Published August 10

.ISBN: 9781856913850 - Ireland

The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland: Scrambles, Rock Climbs and Winter Routes, Dan Bailey - Who could resist a good ridge? Stony tightropes stringing the peaks, gap-toothed like jawbones; chiselled crests spearing out of sea surge or corrie shadow - such things are the stuff of climbing dreams. This book complements the Cicerone guide "Scotland's Mountain Ridges", describing and celebrating the best routes of their type across the rest of Britain and Ireland, and bringing them all together in one place for the first time. From balmy (and occasionally barmy) seaside trips and roadside quick fixes to strenuous snowy days in the high hills, the selection described here reflects the diversity of mountaineering and traditional climbing in our islands, and the dazzling patchwork quilt of contrasting landscapes in which these adventures can be enjoyed. Within the broad scope of the ridges theme there's something special for everyone, scrambling beginners and hardened climbers alike. Published June 09

ISBN: 9781852845391 - The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland

Causeway Coast Way, Eoin Reilly - The unspoiled Causeway Coast of Antrim is one of Ireland's best-kept secrets. The World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway is the jewel in its crown, and its amazing geology is best enjoyed on foot. The Causeway Coast Way offers 32 miles (51 km) of waymarked, easy-going walking with welcoming B&Bs and pubs at strategic intervals. It combines well with a trip to Rathlin Island and walking the more challenging Moyle Way. The book gives options for walking holidays that most people will complete comfortably within 4 to 6 days. This guidebook contains all that a walker needs to plan and enjoy their holiday, including route maps for Causeway Coast and Moyle Ways (1:85,000); concise, up-to-date directions for both routes; geology and legend of the Giant's Causeway; background on habitats and wildlife; feature on Rathlin Island, with map and walks; contact details for accommodation and transport; over 70 glorious colour photos; and is in waterproof, rucksack-friendly format.  Published June 10.

ISBN: 9781898481379 - Causeway Coast Way


Walk into the Dark Ages: Discover the Greatest Early Medieval Sites of Britain and Ireland, Bill Bevan - Following the acclaimed Walk Into Prehistory, Walk Into the Dark Ages explores approximately 40 of Britain and Ireland’s most important and impressive Dark Ages sites and monuments, providing a beautifully illustrated guidebook for the armchair traveller. It was during the Dark Ages that the four nations of the British Isles were founded. Saints were deified, kings were buried in rich burials and kingdoms protected themselves with massive boundaries. Walk Into the Dark Ages will shine a light into the period by enabling readers to explore the important sites which are testament to times which were turbulent and sometimes enigmatic, but also the locations of learning. The types of sites featured will include the Saxon shore forts built by the Romans to try to protect Britannia from Anglo-Saxon invasions, kingly boat burials, long-distance dykes, fortified burghs, Dark Age forts, early Christian monasteries, churches and carved crosses. Presented as individual walks, the routes will lead the reader back in time from the modern landscape to reconstruct in the mind’s eye what the Dark Ages landscape would have looked like – and how these often quite places today would have been full of activity, noises and smells in the past. Published September 14.

ISBN: 9780711234116 - Walk into the Dark Ages

The Kerry Way, Sandra Bardwell - The Kerry Way runs around Ireland's most beautiful peninsula for 126 miles (203 km), starting from Killarney. It features mountain scenery and coastal panoramas, and is rich in geology and wildlife. The book contains clear mapping, 70 photographs and is robust and waterproof. It has a special feature on the ascent of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest peak. This new edition has been fully revised and updated following a comprehensive route check. An eye-catching, colourful publication with clear directions, extensive background information and superb photographs. The layout is refreshingly different, with over 60 fine colour photos showing flora and fauna as well as the panoramic mountain and coastal views. There is good background information on geology, wildlife, travel and where to eat and drink. Published June 10.

ISBN: 9781898481355 - The Kerry Way

A Guide to Ireland's Mountain Summits - In Ireland there are 269 mountain summits that are 600 metres or higher, and with a prominence of 15 metres or more. These are The Vandeleur-Lynams. And there are 404 summits with an elevation of at least 500 metres, with a prominence of 30 metres or more. We call these The Arderins. For the first time both these lists are published together, along with lists of Ireland's 27 County Highpoints and the island's Hundred Highest mountains, using updated data and information as contributed by the MountainViews. ie community. This book will undoubtedly prove to be an invaluable resource for the peak-bagger, summiteer and hill walker alike. Published February 13.

ISBN: 9781848891647 - A Guide to Ireland's Mountain Summits


Irish Coast to Coast: Dublin to Bray Head, Paddy Dillon - Walking through Ireland, from the Atlantic coast to Dublin, through the glorious mountain and river country, offers an opportunity to discover the heart of the Emerald Isle. Linking the Wicklow Way, South Leinster Way, Munster Way, Avondhy Way and the Kerry Way, the Irish coast to coast walk joins Dublin with Bray Head in the south west. Whether you intend to split this route into sections and enjoy the walk over a period of time, or walk it in one go, the alternative high-level routes found along the way enable you to make the adventure as challenging as you like.  Published March 05.

Irish Coast to Coast: Dublin to Bray Head (British Long-distance Trails S.)


Carrauntoohil and MacGillycuddy's Reeks: A Walking Guide to Ireland's Highest Mountains, Jim Ryan - The MacGillycuddy's Reeks are Ireland's highest mountains with Carrauntoohil tallest at 1039m. Occupying about 100 square km., they stretch from the picturesque Gap of Dunloe in the east to Glencar in the west. Attracting over 25,000 walkers annually, they are a wonderful playground. However, many routes are not clearly marked and mist or fog covers them for three quarters of the year. Access to a proper guide is therefore essential before venturing on to the Reeks. This guide to 20 of popular walking routes on the Reeks contains full-colour maps specially commissioned from the Ordnance Survey, clear photographs and precise map references. However, this is not just a walking guide. It also encompasses the history of the area, its geology and natural history, its place names and people. Useful information on travel and accommodation is also provided. It will be the most comprehensive guide to the area to be published for some time.  Published November 06.

ISBN: 9781905172337 - Carrauntoohil & Macgillycuddy's Reeks: A Walking Guide to Ireland's Highest Mountains

The Mountains of Ireland, Paddy Dillon - This is a comprehensive guide, now the classic guide, to Ireland's 200 summits of 2000ft or more and to the 12 peaks exceeding 3000ft. The mountains are described clockwise from Wicklow to the Mournes, and offer a choice of 70 walking routes. The guide divides the peaks into 5 groups, and at the start of each is described 'Paddy's Way' - the way the author tackled them - so that anyone who wants to emulate him has full directions. The guide includes summiting Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain as part of the Coomloughra horseshoe, the twelve Bens of Connemara, the Maum Turks, the Blue Stack mountains and the mountains of Donegal. Published December 00. Re-printed 2006.

The Mountains of Ireland


At The Edge: Walking the Atlantic Coast of Ireland and Scotland,  Joseph Murphy - At the Edge tells the story of a 1500 kilometre walk from the southwest corner of Ireland to the northwest corner of Scotland. By following the Atlantic coast all the way, Joseph links the most vibrant Gaelic communities. Reflections on identity, culture and sustainability, and use of Gaelic in the text, make this a unique and memorable book. Published April 09

At The Edge: Walking the Atlantic Coast of Ireland and Scotland 

Best Walks in Ireland, David Marshall - The Best Walks series aims to select the very best walking opportunities to be found in a region or national park. There is something for everyone in these walking guides. Each book suggests twenty to forty good quality walks - where possible, circular to avoid difficulties with transport. The walks are clearly graded and include easy, moderate, challenging and strenuous/difficult routes more suitable for the experienced hiker. A clear route description and exceptionally detailed map is included for each walk and there are practical suggestions on transport to and within the region plus a section with useful addresses and telephone numbers. Best Walks in the Ireland has five walks in the north and fifteen in the Republic of Ireland. It takes in well-known areas such as the Antrim coast, the Mountains of Mourne and the Dingle peninsula and also remote, wild areas of Ireland still largely undiscovered by tourists. Published September 06.

ISBN: 071122420X - Best Walks in Ireland

Hamish's Groats End Walk, One Man and his Dog on a Hill Route through Britain and Ireland , Hamish Brown - Soon after completing the first continuous round of the Munros and publishing th ephenomenally successful Hamish's Mountain Walk, Hamish Brown took to the outdoors and writing full time. With his famous Shetland Collie, Storm, he walked from John O'Groats to Lands End over the summer of 1979. A historical snapshot the resulting book is also an in depth look at these islands. Hamish took his time to meet people and to search out the soul of Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland. The result is the classic Hamish's Groats End Walk. Published March 11.
Ireland Village Walks, Etain O'Carroll - Perfect for both first-time visitors and returning tourists, "Village Walks: Ireland" offers an intimate view of this much loved region. Each card in this deck outlines a self-guided walking adventure, with a detailed map on one side and insider information on the other. Noteworthy sites and attractions are numbered on both sides of the cards for easy reference. Details on and suggestions for using public transport, information on local history and customs, and an overview map of the region are also included on a handy intro card.   Published January 08.

ISBN: 9780811861236 - Village Walks: Ireland: 50 Adventures on Foot

Walk into Pre-History: Discovering over 40 of the Greatest Sites of Britain and Ireland, Bill Bevan - A unique illustrated guidebook to walking 40 of Britain and Ireland's most important and impressive prehistoric monuments. Ranging from stone circles and henges to hill forts and burial chambers, Bill Bevan describes how these monuments were deliberately built and located to be seen and approached from certain directions. Processional routes led to ceremonies at stone circles, henges and tombs. Hill forts were built and designed to look imposing from specific directions to deter potential attackers. There are even ancient long-distance paths like the Ridgeway which are accessible today. The walks lead you back in time from the modern landscape to reconstruct in the mind's eye what the prehistoric landscape would have looked like. The history and significance of each monument is discussed and generously illustrated with new colour photographs. For each walk there is a specially commissioned colour map and directions and there are also grid references, OS map recommendations and difficulty gradings, with family friendly walks highlighted. From Stonehenge to Skara Brae, from the imposing hill fort at Tre'r Ceiri to the Newgrange tomb illuminated by the midwinter sunrise, this book helps you to follow in the footsteps of the people who created Britain's extraordinary ancient heritage.  Published October 11.

ISBN: 9780711231771 - Walk into Prehistory

The Irish Way: A Walk Through Ireland's Past and Present, Roberta Emmett Ginna.  
Published April 06.

ISBN: 9781593761127 - The Irish Way: A Walk Through Ireland's Past and Present


200 Challenging Walks in Britain and Ireland, Richard Gilbert - Includes the best walks on mountains, moors, hills, downs and along rugged coastal hill tops. "I have been delighted with the ideas the book gives. It is easy to navigate by region and the one line summaries at the top of each chapter indicate the map, start/finish, a distance and time for each route. The routes are truly challenging and I have rarely completed a full route mainly due to transport issues. However they have enabled me to plan routes in areas I would otherwise not have ventured into without someone's personal recommendation. I have always felt the descriptions and timing accurate for a person of above average fitness and an experienced mountain walker." Buyer Review. Published May 04.

Best Irish Walks, Joss Lynam [editor] - 'Best Irish Walks' has been for many years the leading single-volume guide to hill walking in Ireland. It describes over 75 different routes ranging from formidable climbs in the Kerry mountains to delightful treks along the river valleys. This new edition of 'Best Irish Walks' has been thoroughly revised and updated, with new computer-generated maps. It is the ideal book for all who love the Irish hills, whether Irish people themselves or the ever-growing number of visitors who come to Ireland to walk its wonderfully unspoilt countryside. 'Best Irish Walks' is the essential guide to walking in Ireland.  Published April 01.

Best Irish Walks

Hiking in Ireland, H Et Al Fairbain.  Limited availability. Published May 10.

Irish Coastal Walks, Paddy Dillon - 54 walks of up to 18 miles, based on the beautiful, raw, rugged 3,500 mile coastline of Ireland. This guide takes in broad beaches, towering cliffs, battered headlands and a score of lovely islands. There is a huge amount of variety, astounding scenery, plenty of history and heritage, with a good system of transport, accommodation and other services. In sunshine or storm, many of these coastal walks exhibit a raw, rare beauty. A spread of fascinating islands includes the Aran Islands, Clare Island, Achill Island, Tory Island and Rathlin. In fact, there are a total of 54 coastal walks including 19 walks on islands. Most of the walks are quite easy, but some are akin to mountain walks, climbing over some of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Limited availability. Published July 06.






























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