Festival 2014

Wexford Walking Trails (WWT) welcomes you to our first festival event. Established in 2014, WWT is a network of trails throughout County Wexford. It consists of a variety of trails ranging from mountain, coastal, forest to heritage walks reflecting the rich tapestry of our natural and built heritage. This is our first festival and we are delighted to have you here with us to celebrate this unique event. We hope you enjoy what we have planned for you and be assured this is just a flavour of what we have in our county. There are many other locations, each with its own unique character which you are welcome to visit at another time. We hope the connections we make on this, our inaugural WWT festival weekend will be the first of many mutually beneficial events in the coming years.

Wexford Walking Weekend Itinerary

Although we have an itinerary for the weekend which will give you a flavour of what Co. Wexford has to offer on its network of walking trails, feel free to dip in and out of our arranged attractions as you wish. Just let us know in advance so we can assist you in making this weekend an experience for you, your friends and family to remember. Download registration form: facebook.com/wexfordwalkingtrail

Friday, Oct 31st 8:00pm
Welcome Reception in Hotel Rosslare—an opportunity for visitors and Wexford Walking Trails members to get to know each other (www.hotelrosslare.ie)

Saturday, Nov 1st 10:00 am
Coastal Walk: Carne to Rosslare: 8.45 km—meet at Hotel Rosslare. Please let us know (at numbers provided below) if you intend to do this walk as transport will be provided
12.30 pm
*Lunch in Hotel Rosslare
2.15 pm
Woodland Walk: Dunbrody Forest, Lacken Hill, New Ross: 2.4—4.8 km (Free)
4.30 pm
*Dunbrody Famine Ship, New Ross (www.dunbrody.com)
An authentic experience on famine ship including tour and afternoon tea / coffee / scones
6.30 pm
* Dinner / music & entertainment Hall of Fame Café, Dunbrody Famine Ship

Sunday, Nov 2nd
10:00am
Woodland Walk: various trails available: Tintern Trail and Colclough Walled Gardens on the Hook Peninsula (Free)
1.30 pm
Wexford Opera’s Festival Fringe Events: arts, culture, music, walking tours and more. Free to ramble at your leisure giving you an opportunity to experience Wexford’s unique atmosphere, savouring this international festival as you stroll through the streets of this historic town.
* There is a charge for these events—booking required