Success of Recreation Strategy Relies on Recognising Landowners

Speaking after the launch of ‘Embracing Ireland’s Outdoors – National Outdoor Recreation Strategy 2023-2027’, IFA Hill Farming Chairman Caillin Conneely said it’s a positive first step in addressing concerns of landowners surrounding access to land for recreational use.   “Recreational activities can bring huge economic benefits for rural communities. However, the role of the landowner […]

Fáilte Ireland welcomes the addition of 31 walking trails in 13 counties to the ‘Walks Scheme’

Fáilte Ireland welcomes the announcement this morning by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD of the addition of 31 walking trails in 13 counties to the Government’s ‘Walks Scheme’. Fáilte Ireland research shows hiking and walking are ranked amongst the Top 10 Activities domestic tourists participated in this summer, with 57% engaging […]

Tipperary Walk features on “Tales and Trails” New Immersive Podcast bringing walking trails to life

Fáilte Ireland has partnered with website to showcase some of Ireland’s spectacular walking trails through a series of articles, videos and podcasts featuring well known personalities.   Entitled ‘Tales and Trails’ the series will encourage people to plan a short walking break in Ireland’s Ancient East, along the Wild Atlantic Way, in Ireland’s Hidden […]

Go Walking: Tipperary – Sli Eala Guided Walk

The next walk in the Go Walking: Tipperary, series of guided trail walks around Tipperary takes place on Sunday 20th October on the Sli Eala route (Nenagh to Dromineer). Registration will take place from 2pm outside The Thatch, Ballycommon. A Bus will leave for the starting point in Nenagh @ 2.30pm. The Guided Walk on the “Sli Eala” is approx. 7km /2hrs. Refreshments will be served in the […]