This guide book provides a sketch map of each walking route. Under no circumstances should they be used on their own, but always in conjunction with the No. 70 Discovery Series, which is available in the Information Centre. There is good accurate detail in the No. 70, and should be an essential companion for all walkers. The guidebook gives basic directions, and also highlights items of natural history, place names, personalities etc, along each route. Each route is marked on the landscape with discrete direction posts, an arrow gives the direction along with the name of the route. These walks have been laid out with the co-operation of the land owners. We are very thankful to them for granting us permission to walk through their land, without their help this project would not have been possible. Therefore we ask all walkers to respect farmer’s property and to remain on the route suggested. We have placed simple timber stiles over all wire fences, to prevent damage. We would also ask walkers to close all gates. As this is primarily a sheep rearing region, we would prefer if dogs were not taken on any of the walking routes. Children should not be unaccompanied on any of the walks.
The GuideBooks can be picked up in at Halla Le Chéile and in the local shop Siopa Phobal