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Whether you are a serious hiker, enjoy  walking, or are  just looking for the perfect picnic spot, Ireland’s unique National Parks offer clubs and families the perfect day out. Unchanged by human exploitation and occupation, National Parks offer an opportunity to relax and enjoy the nature.

1. Wicklow Mountains National Park 

Wicklow Mountains Park

Wicklow Mountains Park

With its network of nine walkways, Wicklow Mountains National Park offers walkers and nature lovers a view into the heart of  Irelands thriving deer and bird species.  Its mountanous terrain and waterfalls make it the perfect nature getaway.

2. Killarney National Park 

Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park

Situated in the South West, Killarney National Park has a fantastic back drop of woods mountains and waterfalls. There is an excellent network of surfaced tracks in the Muckross, Knockreer and Ross Island areas of the park which are ideal for walkers.

 

3. Connemara National Park

Connemara National Park

Connemara National Park

Host to several of the Twelve Bens, Connemara National Park is very well suited for more experienced hikers. But it also has trails for casual walkers too.  Diamond Hill is a challenging climb and well worth the view sites.

 

4. Ballycroy National Park

 

Ballycroy National Park

Ballycroy National Park

Ballycroy lies to the North West of Mayo. Situated in the Nephin Beg mountain range it is the newest National Park in Ireland. This remote and unspoilt park will guarantee good hiking and lenghthy walks.

 

5. The Burren National Park

 

The Burren National Park

The Burren National Park

The bare stone hills are the main feature of The Burren National Park. Neolithic monuments surrounded by beautiful plant life ensure that the 123km Burren Way route will be an unforgettable experience.

 

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