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Guided Family Walks: Departing the Visitor Centre at 2pm. Every Wednesday and Sunday - Starting Wednesday 9th April until Sunday 5th October. Additionally every Bank Holiday Monday.

Route 1

Scollops Glenlack

Grade: Moderate

A 4 hour walk up to a height of 420m over upland blanket bog following the ridge of the main glen with good views of Lough Veagh then through the a secluded atlantic oakwood land glen and a road track to the castle.

Dates of walks: 16th March, 7th June, 24th August, 12th October

Route 1a

Main Glen Ridge to Waterfall

Grade: Moderate

A 4 hour walk following beginning with a newly restored bridle path then follows upland blanket bog and the northern ridge of the main glen with good views of Lough Veagh ending with a newly restored stone pitched section following the old stalkers path and a road track to the castle

Dates of walks: 16th March, 7th June, 24th August, 12th October

Route 2

Poisoned Glen Walk

Grade: Moderate

A 4 hour walk up to a height of 480m over upland blanket bog and rough granite outcrops. The walk follows the eastern ridge of the poison glen and has some of the finest views in the NW looking down Lough Nacung and the western Donegal coast.

Dates of walks: 4th May, 28th June, 13th July, 13th December

Route 3

Dooish Walk

Grade: Strenuous

A 5 and half hour walk to the highest summit in the park. Good views of the North and West Donegal coast and good prospects of seeing Red deer. The walk ends with a newly restored pitched path near to the main waterfall in the park and a road track to the castle.

Dates of walks: 13th March, 24th May, 4th August, 28th September

Route 3a

Staghall Mountain

Grade: Moderate

A 5 hour walk covering rough upland blanket bog up to a height of 480m with good chances to see the main red deer herd and the highest lochans in the park with good views of the main glen finishing with views of the waterfall and finishing with a road track to the castle

Dates of walks: 13th March, 24th May, 4th August, 28th September

Route 4

Main Glen Walk

Grade: Easy

A 3 hour walk following a the old drovers road track past some of the old inhabited dwellings with good views of the main glen. An optional detour through a secluded atlantic oakwood gorge may be included.

Other Details

All Walks Free of Charge but Booking essential. In bad weather walk may be cancelled or an alternative lowland route chosen. Warm clothing, packed lunch, rain gear and walking boots essential. Mobile phones, walking poles, binoculars may be useful. All routes apart from main glen walk have sections of rough upland blanket bog with following uneven and sometimes slippy terrain (depending on weather) All walks depart from Visitor Centre at 11.00am . Any relevant medical conditions must be advised to Rangers before walk commences. Walkers take part in walks at their own risk and Rangers and/or Glenveagh National Park have no responsibility with regard to claims and/or accidents.

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