Best stroller friendly trails in Ireland

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Explore the most popular stroller friendly trails in Ireland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of stroller friendly trails in Ireland
Top trails (15)
#1 - Dublin Museums and Art Walking Tour
Pearse Street, County Dublin, Ireland
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Length: 1.3 mi • Est. 36 m
Bronze Age Gold, Picasso, Monet and Carravaggio, The Dead Animal Zoo, and your Family History, all for free. This trail covers an area of about 1 mile in circumference, and you can mostly stay on the same footpath. This tour won't cost you a penny, because all the museums and art galleries mentioned along this route are free to enter. You will see two great museums: one for Archaeology and one for Zoology and Geology, with lots of stuffed animals, bog bodies, and creepy crawlies. The kids will love it. There is an Art Gallery with a workshop to keep the children occupied, a shop made famous in James Joyce's Ulysses and a few pubs along the way where you can stop and have a lunch or a refreshment. The pubs mentioned also have traditional Irish music sessions in the evening.Show more
#2 - Renville Park
Galway, County Galway, Ireland
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 38 m
A Family Friendly park Rinville Park is a wonderful natural amenity that provides an opportunity for a wide range of activities that include walking along the beautiful woodland and parkland trails, playing in the walled-garden playground, soaking up the rich built heritage, picnicking at one of the picnic tables, and enjoying the mown play areas. Come on in and explore!Show more
#3 - Kilcornan Woodland
Kilcornan Forest
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 2 h 4 m
A pleasant place for anyone looking for a forest trail walk/run. The center walkway, is paved and easily accessible through the middle of the forest. However, the periphery is roughly 7km of forest trail routes throughout with various natural obstacles, rocks and felled trees. Show more
#4 - Dublin Walking Tour
Store Street, County Dublin, Ireland
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 35 m
Capture Dublin from its origins, to its colorful modern-day character. Following the sweep of the river Liffey through the heart of Dublin, this photographer's tour covers the oldest settlements in Dublin, takes in the turbulent history of the state, and ends where all Irish people end, with a good celebration of ceol agus craic. Along the way, it visits both the well-recorded, and lesser known treasures of this part of Dublin with ample opportunity for originality, and lessons from the masters. There's plenty to distract along the way, if that's what you'd like, with some of the best food and drink the capital has to offer.Show more
#5 - The Red Kite Trail
Kilmagig Forest Recreation Area
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Length: 1.5 mi • Est. 49 m
An enjoyable nature trail which is ideal for all ages. It is Dog friendly and quite easy going. Depending on the time of year you may be lucky enough to see lots of Red Kites flying above which is amazing. You can start the trail at both ends of the town. Show more
#6 - Cadamstown Loop
Letter, County Offaly, Ireland
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 3 h 27 m
#7 - Galway City Walk
Galway, County Galway, Ireland
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 37 m
#8 - Great Southern Trail
Rathkeale, County Limerick, Ireland
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Length: 30.5 mi • Est. Multi-day
This trail has multiple access points and can be broken up into sections. It's perfect for walking, running, cycling and it connects several townlands in west Limerick and north Kerry. The GST has a lovely wildness to it and is a little more unkempt and overgrown than the other more manicured greenways , this gives it a much more natural feel and travelling it is much more of an organic experience than the others . It cuts through lush meadows full of buddhist cows and by fields of barley reminisce of Russel Crowes Gladiators dreams of home . Currently several parts of the trail are closed due to surface upgrades and the full route will be paved by June 2021. For more information about the trail please visit http://www.southerntrail.net/index.html If you wish to return to Rathkeale you can catch the bus from Listowel and it will take about 1hr to get there.Show more
#9 - Great Southern Trail: Ardagh to Rathkeale
Ardagh, County Limerick, Ireland
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Length: 11.0 mi • Est. 4 h 25 m
#10 - Great Southern Trail: Newcastle West to Ardagh
Newcastle, County Limerick, Ireland
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 1 h 57 m
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