- Stay 2 meters apart at all times.
- Group size will be kept to a maximum of 12.
- If car sharing is necessary due to an emergency situation for example, the passenger will be required to wear PPE (face mask and gloves/hand sanitiser).
- Good personal hygiene should be observed – hand sanitiser (with a high alcohol content) and a face mask MUST be cared by everyone.
- In an emergency situation were First Aid is required a face mask must be worn.
- Please follow appropriate coughing and sneezing etiquette.
- While on a walk wearing of a face mask/covering is optional.
- No sharing or holding of other members gear/food/drinks, etc – please be self-sufficient on walks.
- Upon arriving at the walk start please park responsibly and considerately, don’t block gateways and keep access ways clear for emergency services and local communities.
- If it is necessary to open/close gates during a walk, your guide will do so to minimise contact, hand sanitiser will be used before and after touching the gate.
- Please cancel your walk or hike if you have had Covid-related symptoms or have been in close contact with a Covid sufferer within the last 21 days.
Here in Ireland we are obsessed with the weather and talking about it is a bit of a national past time. Usually mild and temperate, Irish weather can best be described as changeable with four seasons in one day possible. So if you don’t like the weather, wait for a bit and it’s bound to change. Winter snowfall is possible but rare. Rain showers can happen any time which is why we have 40 shades of green and lots of rainbows.
The weather in Ireland is part of the Wild Atlantic Way experience and as they say, there is no such thing as bad weather just bad clothing. So come prepared, dress in layers and don’t forget your waterproofs!
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What to Wear and Bring?
For all hikes: Waterproof coat and trousers, hat, and gloves, walking boots, lunch/snacks and lots to drink (2L), warm clothing, sun protection, face mask and hand sanitiser and a rucksack to carry it all in.
For our short walks: Comfortable shoes, a waterproof coat, a warm layer, sun protection, face mask and hand sanitiser.
Don’t forget your camera!
Explore the story of Lough Swilly & Fort Dunree on this scenic walking tour
Learn the story of Lough Swilly & Fort Dunree at sunset on this guided walk
Explore the national monument site and landscape of Mamore Gap on this hike
This authentic hiking experience provides an insight into this primeval landscape
Starting at sea level we ascend 300 metres to two mystic mountain lakes in the Urris Hills
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