Walking in East Clare –
The East Clare Way is a 172km circular route that crosses the Slieve Bernagh Mountains before descending to the Clare lakeland areas around Tulla and Feakle. Circling Lough Graney, the route then climbs again over the rugged boglands of the Slieve Aughty Mountain back towards Lough Derg. The Way returns through the hills towards Scarriff and on to complete its circuit back at Killaloe. For the more casual walker, there are many well-signposted local loop walks of varying length centred on each of the towns and villages along the route.
Irish Trails also provide details on some of the other fantastic walking routes and loops in County Clare.
Playgrounds and Beaches –
Have some fun at one of our many outdoor Playgrounds, which can be found in most towns and villages in East Clare including: Feakle, Killaloe, Kilkishen, Mountshannon, Quin, Scariff and Tulla.
There are also Blue Flag Beaches at Ballycuggaran, Killaloe and Mountshannon.
Fishing Access in East Clare –
If it’s a day fishing you want, well this ‘Anglers Paradise’ is where you should be. There are 40 lakes and rivers to choose from in East Clare. Coarse fishing is the most popular form of angling with good catches of Bream, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Pike, Perch and Hybirds.
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Golfing in East Clare –
“My favorite place to play golf is in Ireland. It’s the most beautiful country to play golf in. And when you come as a guest, you’re treated like a king.” Bill Murray, Actor.
Where better to Tee Off than at the East Clare Golf Course , which is set in 150 acres of unspoilt, rolling, quiet countryside with majestic views of East Clare.
Golfing in County Clare –
There are a number of other excellent golf courses, all within a 30 to 90 minute drive from East Clare –