Walking Routes & Trails in Clare

There is an abundance of walking routes around the county of Clare. When you stay at Treacys West County Hotel in Ennis, you have plenty of activities nearby and if you get the weather, there are plenty of walking routes across County Clare. Take a stroll in the morning or afternoon and then return to Treacys West County Hotel in Ennis where you can relax and unwind in any of our rooms and have a bite to eat at any of our fantastic dining options. Book your stay at Treacys West County Hotel in Ennis today.

 

Ennis Scultpture Trail

Experience the culture and history of Ennis Town in art form when you follow this sculpture trail which has amazing pieces of art at different points along the riverside. Each piece depicts a different historical, cultural or sporting event.

 

Ennis Walking Tours

Here is a fascinating way to get to grips with the roots, character, culture and people of ancient Ennis and which truly brings the history of the town to life. Not surprisingly, this walking tour was awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and described by Lonely Planet as the best way to appreciate the town. On the walking tour, a local expert guide will take you through Ennis town centre, telling you all about the people, events and stories that shaped the history of Ennis.

 

Click here to find out more about walking tours in Ennis.

 

There is also many walking routes across County Clare in places such as Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park, Ballycuggaran, Woodcock Hill near Sixmilebridge, Black Head, Miner’s Way and more. To find the perfect walking route in Clare for you click here.

 

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“Nicely situated within walking distance from Ennis town centre. Plenty of shops, cafes, bars in the town. Lots of parking at hotel, petrol station very close, short car journey to motorway. Highly recommend.”