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Mullagh Hill Walk

Distance: 2km Time: 30 mins Terrain: Hillside walk on good paths Grade: Moderate

Start & Finish:

Parking is available at the amenity area beside Mullagh Lake. Mullagh Lake was formed by huge glaciers during the last Ice Age as was much of the landscape in this part of County Cavan. The lake is now home to a wide range of waterbirds, including winter visitors from as far away as Iceland and Siberia making this an ideal spot to stop for a picnic either before or after your walk. After leaving the car park, walk along the main road towards Virginia for approximately 300 metres. There is a sign on the right hand side pointing to a hill walk. The path is good but steep and has a beautiful viewing point three-quarter of the way up. There are several picnic benches from

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Castle Lake Walk


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Terrain: forest park and lake shore on secure paths around the Castle Lake.

Part of Failte Ireland’s Looped Walks Network


Deerpark Forest Walk


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Terrain: Lakeshore & forest path

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Dun a Ri Forest Park


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Lough an Leagh


Distance: 7 km | Grade: Moderate
Terrain: Mountain and forest paths


2014 Cavan Walking Festival is on

Taking place from the 2nd to 11th May the #Cavan Walking Festival promises a week of trails, rambles and hikes all led by local trained guides. #walkingfestival

The Cavan Walking Festival is different to many other walking festivals in the country in that, although overseen by the Cavan Sports Partnership, it is delivered on the ground by local communities in each area.

Secondly each walk is led by trained guides who will take you on a journey into the local heritage, geology and archaeology of the area in which you are walking. Walkers can look forward to the sharing of a wealth of knowledge by the local guides and join in the camaraderie of a group walk delivered by an enthusiastic local community.

Now its third year, the festival has the capacity to host a wide range of walks with something for every category of walker. The festival provides an enticing opportunity to explore trails in County Cavan that you may not know or be aware of. Walks take place across the county with a number already confirmed.

As per previous walking festivals, the walks in Cootehill promise to be diverse and exciting. To date, a night walk, a family walk and a fitness walk are all confirmed. The Cuilcagh Mountain Climb is again on the programme in West Cavan but options are also plentiful for families, leisurely walkers and those with an interest in local heritage.

Walks around Swanlinbar, Slieve Rushen, Cavan Burren Park and an archaeological walk at Moneygashel Cashel are all planned, as is a woodland walk around the historic grounds of Castle Saunderson Estate. Nature walks in Dowra, history trails in Ballyhaise and an atmospheric dusk walk in Jampa Ling Buddist Centre in Bawnboy are also on the menu. The now famous Teddy Bear Hike will take once again in Bawnboy, and promises to be a wonderful fun walk for families.

The Walking Festival is both an opportunity for local people to explore and experience parts of their county that they may not know and also to showcase our county to visitors and give them many reasons to return.

For ongoing updates, news and information on the Cavan Walking Festival 2014 visit www.thisiscavan.ie or www.cavansportspartnership.ie or follow us on facebook or twitter