COUNTRY CONNECTS AT TINTERN ABBEY TRAILS

WHEN: SUNDAY 5th MARCH AT  11:00AM

More details announced shortly

For further information on this trail please click here: Tintern Trails

Country Connects

A Series of Monthly Walks in County Wexford

Wexford Walking Trails, together with Wexford County Council, Healthy Wexford and the Irish Farmer’s Association are inviting you to get outdoors and explore some of Wexford’s fabulous country trails.

These walks will take place on the last Sunday of each month from Januray 2023 to June 2023 on one of our established Wexford Walking Trails.

The trails will be graded as ‘moderate’ and suitable for people with a moderate level of fitness. Good outdoor walking footwear, suitable clothing and snacks/drinks are all recommended.

Save the Date and Enjoy Getting Active!

Venues
29th January – Enniscorthy Riverside Trail 2:00pm-4:00pm
5th March – Tintern Trails 11:00am
26th March – Kilanerin 2:00pm-4:00pm
30th April – Rosslare Harbour 2:00pm-4:00pm
28th May – Three Rocks, Forth Mountain 2:00pm-4:00pm
25th June – Cahore 2:00-4:00pm

In the event of inclement weather, walks will be move to the following Sunday. ANY CHANGES WILL BE POSTED HERE ON THE WEBSITE.

For more information on the trails included in the Country Connect programme, please click on the image below.

Wexford Walking Trails

A selection of beautiful walks awaits you in Wexford: wooded, historic, coastal and mountain trails. Located in the southeast of the island of Ireland, County Wexford has an exceptionally varied landscape for you to savour.

Ranging from long sandy beaches in the east to the wild Hook Peninsula in the southwest. Walk through bird-rich polders beside Wexford town. Traverse the slopes of Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs Mountains in the west. Choose a different walk each day!

There is a wide range of quality walks through quiet rural landscapes of diverse character. All trails are steeped in the history of the island long regarded as ‘the end of the known world’.

Wexford, on the gentle River Slaney, has been the gateway for repeated invasions down the centuries. Archaeological treasures abound: religious, civic, military, from the earliest times down to the high mediaeval to the John F Kennedy experience of recent decades.

Many of our walks have rugged terrain. All walks are graded. The length of each trail is indicated to assist you to select the right walk for your ability.

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About Wexford Walking Trail Network

Wexford Walking Trails CLG (WWT) is a network of walking trails throughout Co. Wexford. It was established under a Wexford Local Development training programme. WWT collaborates with Wexford County Council, Coillte, Local Sports Partnerships, Fáilte Ireland, Waterford Institute of Technology, National Parks & Wildlife Services and Sport Ireland. Many of the WWT local trails are located in Coillte owned woodlands and WWT appreciates the support and co-operation of Coillte in developing these trails under their Open Forest policy. In developing this network of trails, WWT intends to enhance the visitor experience in County Wexford. The network aims to raise awareness of the quality, diversity and location of Wexford Walking trails.

Membership

Wexford Walking Trail membership is determined by a standard set down by the Wexford Walking Trail Network. Only those trails which have Sport Ireland approval and registration can become members. Membership provides a useful resource for those involved in developing walking trails. WWT members readily share expertise and information with each other. The network also fosters links with neighbouring counties for the purpose of promoting walking trails within the South East of Ireland. Any group seeking information or is interested in developing a trail and becoming a member of WWT should email hello@wexfordwalkingtrail.ie

DISCLAIMER: The walking details on this website were accurate at time of publishing. Wexford Walking Trails or any of it’s agents, landowners and publisher are not liable for any loss, injury or damage which may arise. Whilst public access is agreed on these walks, it is not a right and forests or trails may be closed from time to time. Please obey any temporary signage.

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