Howth Peninsula Trail – Dublin

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North of Dublin is the Fishing village of Howth.  Howth peninsula is a fabulous tourist destination at the end of the North DART line (commuters train).   Howth Harbour is buzzing with restaurants where you can enjoy some of Ireland’s best seafood.  Starting from Howth Train Station, we’re suggesting two …

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Killiney Hill Urban Trail

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Killiney Hill is the home of the Irish Rich and Famous.  With fabulous views over the Dublin Bay, Irish Coast line, and the Wicklow/Dublin Mountains, this area is regularly referred as Dublin’s Riviera.  Killiney Hill offers a variety of running routes starting from either the Dun Laoghaire, Dalkey or Killiney …

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Irish Mountain Running Association (IMRA)

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The Irish Mountain Running Association (IMRA) is the governing body of the sport of Mountain Running in Ireland.  IMRA is affiliated through the Athletic Association of Ireland (AAI) to the World Mountain Running Association (WMRA) for the purposes of competing in International Events. IMRA organises events throughout the year that …

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Decathlon Ireland – Online Shop

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Decathlon Ireland – Online Shop 10% DISCOUNT ON ANY ORDER BEFORE 19th DECEMBER To avail of the offer, create an account, and at checkout, click on “I have a voucher” and enter the code trail10 – the discount will show up once they get to the payment stage.  Offer valid until the …

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The Burren Way – 80km

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In early May 2016, Paul Daly, Paul Croke andDave Ringrose ran the length of the Burren Way:  80km through County Clare with the lunar landscape of the Burren and the majestic Cliffs of Moher along the Wild Atlantic Way.   This is Paul Daly’s account of the journey: “Paul Croke …

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