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Virtual Walks in Co. Monaghan

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Sliabh Beagh Virtual Walk

Martin from Sliabh Beagh Adventures introduces the breathtaking Sliabh Beagh region in North Monaghan. The last remaining nesting ground for species of rare birds such as the hen harrier, Sliabh Beagh is a designated Special Protection Area.

Ballybay Wetlands’ Virtual Walk

Join Monaghan ecologist Billy Flynn on a whistle-stop tour of the Ballybay Wetlands Centre, a haven for a wide variety birds and wildlife.

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Castleblayney Virtual Walk

From majestic Lough Muckno and the well-trodden former Hope Estate, to Mullyash Mountain, the second highest point in the county, with far-reaching views out over Monaghan’s distinctive drumlin-dotted landscape, Castleblayney is home to numerous scenic walks.

The Patrick Kavanagh Trail

Hop on your High Nelly and join us a whistle-stop tour of Kavanagh Country in the company of Art Agnew, Patrick Kavanagh aficionado. Walk (or cycle) in the celebrated poet’s footsteps, down the lanes, through triangular fields and between the whitethorn hedges; the Monaghan landscape that shaped Patrick Kavanagh as a person and a poet has changed little since his time. 

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