A wonderful place to explore on foot

Go with a Guide and discover the Burren's archaeological, geological and botanical wealth. Hear stories and folklore that will unlock the secrets of this extraordinary landscape

Walking Routes

Burren Guided WalkSelf Guided

Black Head Loop
Ballyvaughan Wood Loop
Caher Valley Loop
Carron Loop Walk
Carron Turlough Loop
Burren National Park
Burren Way
Dromore Wood Loop
Fanore to Ballyvaughan Trek
Ennistymon Historic Town Walk

Guided Walks and Guided Foraging/Wild Walks

Wild Kitchen

Wild Kitchen

Wild Kitchen, a house and garden 5 mins. from the Wild Atlantic Way, our base from which we guide wild food walks on land and seashore, locally and in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark. Wild Food is local, seasonal, nutritious, FREE, and beneficial to human health. Our walks include plant identification, what’s in […]
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Tony Kirby and group

Heart of Burren Walks

Heart of Burren Walks offers a wide variety of guided walks in the majestic, rocky Burren. The menu includes a summer scheduled programme in the Burren National Park, archaeology walks, spirituality walks and weekend walking breaks. Walks vary from hour long strolls to invigorating day-long hill walks. The walks feature entertaining and informative commentaries on […]
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Deborah Evers Clareville House Kitchen Garden

Guided Walks with Clareville House Kitchen Garden

Guided Walks Clareville House Kitchen Garden We offer guided walks on the Burren limestone and along the Burren shoreline. Our guide, Deborah Evers, shows you how to use ancient landscape navigation techniques while also highlighting the unique ecology, flora and fauna of the landscape. Observation is key and you will be encouraged to record with […]
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Fionn McCabe, Kilmaley and Dr. Eamon Doyle, Geologist, Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark at a series of fun and educational events exploring how the history, culture, flora and fauna of the Burren have been shaped by the region’s geology will take place as part of the ‘The Burren Rocks 2014’ in County Clare.

The annual festival is being organised by Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, Doolin Cave and the Burren Outdoor Education Centre, and forms part of European Geoparks Network Week 2014. This year's events include a Family Fun Day, Cycle 'Selfie' around the Geopark, schools art competition, school quiz, and an Antique Rockshow.

Pic Sean Curtin Photo.

Flora in The Burren

Flora The Burren region is internationally famous for its limestone landscape and flora. The views of the limestone pavement being punctuated by bursts of vividly coloured flora are abundant in the spring. In a landscape were Arctic and Alpine flowers grow surprisingly alongside Mediterranean species and where something is always in bloom you would be […]
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Coisceim Anama Walk

Coisceim Anama

Coisceim Anama Visitors are facilitated to find Tranquillity of the Mind through Inspirational Walks in the beautiful Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark. Coisceim Anama, which is Irish for Footstep of the Soul, is a walking business in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark. Our motto is “Coisceim Anama, Footstep of the Soul, Tranquillity […]
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Walking Guide Marie McGauran

Burren Experience Guided Walks

Burren Experience Guided Walks Experience guided walks on Mullaghmore mountain – the sublimely beautiful heart of the Burren,  rich in heritage and natural beauty and famous for its flora and wildlife. Geological evolution over millions of years has arranged this landscape in such a way that today it is recognised as one of the most […]
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Burren Earthwise

Jackie Queally leads a niche tour guiding business that specializes in spiritual tourism. She began a tour company in Scotland in 1999 and moved to her ancestral lands in 2008. Her local tours focus on the area around Gort. They include the Mysteries Along the Beagha River and Dowsing Ley lines at Kilmacduagh. and Visiting […]
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Mullaghmore

Archaeology, Built Heritage and Pilgrimage

Take a journey deep into the past, uncover the secrets of the Poulnabrone – the iconic dolmen dating back to 3600 BC, trace the path walked by an ancient civilisation at Caherconnell Stone Fort – a beautifully preserved 1000 year old Fort. Described as a ‘vast memorial to bygone cultures’ the Burren is one of […]
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Our BlogRecent News

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Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2017

A Big Congratulations to the Burren Ecotourism Network members that have been shortlisted for the Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2017.   Burren & Cliffs of Moher Global Geopark and Doolin Cave shortlisted for Best …

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Stone, water and Ice: the Burren – a landscape shaped by time.

This course is an introduction to the geology of the Burren aimed at anyone with an interest in the Burren and a curious mind. It will run for 5 Thursday evenings …

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Wild Kitchen Book – By Oonagh O’Dwyer

A Wild Food Walk is a delight, an engagement with nature, but it is also a journey into a secret world where and you will learn about the exceptional nutritional …

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Cathleen Connole recieving a raffel prize with Martin Waldron and Tina O'Dwyer of the Burren Ecotourism Network 2 Nov News
The 5th Annual Burren Food Fayre

Part of the Burren Winterage Festival, the food event celebrates the farming heritage of the region. Organised by the Burren Ecotourism Network and supported by The Burren and Cliffs of …

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