Wexford Trails

Wexford Trails

Showcasing the best of what Wexford has to offer, these themed trails include the 

  • Craft Trail: Across this historic county in the towns, villages and down country lanes you will find the studios of today’s practitioners of traditional crafts
  • Cycling Trail: the Slaney Route, the Coastal Route or the South Wexford Route, three looped cycling routes in Wexford, check out the Nine Stone if you are an experienced cyclist
  • Garden Trail: Our larger public gardens provide an ideal outing for all the family, and our smaller private gardens will give you not only an enjoyable and relaxing day, but they will also introduce you to the large range of plants which we can grow in this County
  • Heritage Trail: From mountain to sea, mainland to islands, this trail leads you to castles, churches and abbeys, battlefields, historic towns and villages, great houses and gardens, windmills and forts.
  • Walking Trail: wooded, historic, coastal and mountain trails, a wide variety of walking trails in Wexford

Look out for the Wexford Trails signs on your travels and let us guide you on your journey through this fascinating place. Leading the way with Wexford Trails…

 

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Gorey Visitor Centre

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Situated on Goreys bustling Main Street is the Gorey Visitor Centre. Part Tourism Office, part Craft & Design Boutique. Registered as a retail partner with the Design & Craft Council of Ireland, inside you will find a multitude of gifts, souvenirs and bespoke craft items.  From locally made soaps and beauty products to beautifully painted […]

Ár mBréacha House of Storytelling

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Ár mBréacha House is a traditional Storytelling House in on a small rural road just outside Camolin Storytelling sessions are held on the first Tuesday of each month throughout the year Anyone attending is invited to tell a story, sing a song, or simply listen to the stories, songs and experiences of other guests. No […]

Tulach a’tSolais Monument

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“The construction of a tulach or burial mound, as a place of connection between the world of the living and the ‘other world’ was common in ancient Ireland. The United Irishmen’s uprising of 1798, fuelled by the revolutionary example of the United States and France, took place at Oulart Hill. Victory led to the establishment […]

Wexford Adventure Trail

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The Wexford Adventure Trail brings together the best adventures available in Wexford    Imagine Kayaking in the open sea or on the river Slaney, quad-biking through the countryside, or challenging yourself to Climb the High Ropes or Learn to Surf on one of Wexford’s many beaches. And of course, the open farms and equestrian centers […]

Askamore Walking Trail

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The four walking trails around Askamore all begin from the trailhead in the village car park. Individually waymarked, the walks all begin by following a minor road which brings you uphill through scenery reminiscent of an Austrian valley, with trees sweeping below you, and wonderful views to the Wicklow Hills and beyond.   Entering the […]

Bree Hill Walking Trail

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The Bree Hill Walking Trail features three looped walks which start at the trailhead in the car park of Bree Community Centre located in Bree village. These individually waymarked routes provide 23 km of mixed forest trails, offering peace, tranquility and beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. It is important to note that Bree Hill […]

Bunclody- Kilbrannish Walking Trail

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Part of the Blackstairs Mountain Range, Kilbrannish Hill has two waymarked looped walking trails.  These trails have beautiful views of Mount Leinster, the Clody Valley and the South Leinster Way.   More information about this Bunclody Trail,  >>here<<  If you want to explore more Wexford walking trails, don’t miss our blog Best Walking Trails in County Wexford. […]

Bunclody – Coolmelagh Walking Trail

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Coolmelagh Forrest, near Bunclody, has three waymarked looped trails that climb to Gibbet Hill. Gibbet is an old English name for Hanging Hill. This hints to a place of execution. Here beautiful views meant that, no matter what your crime, your last sight on earth was heavenly. The trails, which are on forest roads, all […]

Bunclody Walking Trail: The Craan & Long Lane Loop

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Bunclody Walking Trails are scenic, peaceful looped walks on tarred roads. The loops take in the Clody Valley, sided by the Blackstairs Mountains with Mount Leinster itself as the focal mid-point on the loop.   Meandering beside farmland, forestry, streams and open mountain. From Droim Cria (the slate quarry), Blackrock Mountain, Mount Leinster, Kilbrannish Windmills, […]

Carrickbyrne Hill Walking Trail

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Carrickbyrne Hill Walking Trail flows through a public woodland, which is noted for its aesthetic and recreational value.  Carrickbyrne Hill or Carraig Bhrain features a few looped trails individually waymarked. All trails start at the trailhead in the main car park and picnic area beside the N25. These routes provide 18 km of mixed forest […]

Courtown Woodland Walking Trail

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Courtown Woodland Trail is bounded by the Owenavorragh River on the north side and the canal on the seaward side to the east. The woodland dates back to pre-Famine times.  The four trails waymarked through the woodland are graded as easy. As you choose your walk along the River Walk, Top Walk, Canal Walk or […]

Croghan Mountain Walking Trail

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Raheenleagh (the small grey rath or fort), at Croghan Mountain, has hosted many visitors over the years. In prehistoric times it was a burial site. In 1795, miners panned for gold, and in 1798, the United Irish men, returning from the battle of Vinegar Hill, camped beside the trail entrance.   The Forde family were […]