Donegal is a walkers and hikers paradise. The options for walking and hiking for all abilities really are endless and we cannot begin to do the subject justice on this page. We recommend that you do some research in advance if you wish to do some serious exploring.
Some detailed information about local Fanad walking can be found at Fanad Walks Donegal. Mary Doherty is a local walker with detailed knowledge of the area and she is happy to offer visitors a guided service.
Deirdra Friel offers 75 minute heritage walking tours of Rathmullan and Ramelton. See Donegal Heritage Trails for more detailed information of times and prices.
Sean Mullan offers week long and weekend walking tours in Donegal with ‘Walking and Talking in Donegal’
Our site backs onto an expanse of rolling hills and stunning Atlantic views – these can be accessed directly without leaving the campsite. Nearby are many beaches for gentle walking of any length. See our page on Knockalla mountain for more information on walking the hill which our site faces over to.
Errigal is a 751-metre (2,464 ft) mountain – the tallest peak of the Derryveagh Mountains and the tallest peak in County Donegal
Muckish (an Mhucais, meaning “pig’s back”) is a distinctive flat-topped mountain in the Derryveagh Mountains. At 666 metres (2,185 ft), it is the third-highest peak in the Derryveagh Mountains. See Walking and Hiking Ireland or Mountain Views again for detailed information on this destination.
We have OS maps available which you are very welcome to borrow though ask that you remember to return them for future guests.