Walk Talk Donegal

Walk Talk Donegal

Let Sean help you discover the northwest landscape and get a feel for its history, culture and environment and its relationship to Northern Ireland with which it has a border.

Walk Talk Donegal’s purpose is to bring people together who are sociable, interested in getting to know a special area and who are reasonably fit or hope to be!

About your guide Sean Mullan

Sean is based in the heritage village of Ramelton and has an intimate knowledge of the county and it’s topography. He will share this knowledge with you during the 7 day or weekend walking trips.

The walks will take place in the highlands and headlands of north Donegal, including the landmark mountain Muckish and the magnificent coastal walk along the Fanad Peninsula.

Sean’s Contact Details

t: +353 74 9159366
w: www.walktalkdonegal.com
e: info [at] walktalkdonegal.com
f: Walk Talk Donegal

Radharc na Locha Fanad

Radharc na Locha

Radharc na Locha is a beautifully restored 2 storey Irish farmhouse with an idyllic setting overlooking Shannagh Lake near the Atlantic shoreline of the Fanad Peninsula in North Donegal.

Antons Cottage Fanad

Anton's Cottage

Anton’s Cottage is a traditional Donegal farm cottage that has been in the same family since the early 1800s. It is located on a small hillside overlooking the north western coastline of the beautiful Fanad Peninsula.

Sean Mullan with group of walkers on Muckish Mountain

Sean Mullan (centre) with group of walkers on Muckish Mountain

The Walks

The walks range from easy – 3 to 4 hours over a reasonably flat surface such as Ards Forest Park – to medium difficult such as Knockalla Mountain and Muckish which involve steep inclines and uneven, soft and boggy surfaces.

The longest walk – about 6 hours – takes us along the coast of the Fanad Peninsula – here we traverse sandy beaches, grass dunes and rock sculpted by the Atlantic waves. We finish at the Fanad Lighthouse which watches over the entrance to Lough Swilly and the turbulent Atlantic.


Packie Bonner hillwalking in Donegal

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