Walking Donegal with Seamus Doohan[ssba] The North West Coast of Ireland, Donegal, is one of the undiscovered gems of Ireland. It possesses some of the most spectacular, unique and unspoilt scenery in the country, and is a veritable paradise for hill walkers. Donegal has a long, spectacular coastline with extraordinarily dramatic coastal scenery, dramatic sea-battered cliffs, jagged rock formations, picturesque peninsulas, rugged headlands, not forgetting the long, sandy and often deserted beaches.
If you travel inwards you come across an equally impressive and varied landscape – majestic mountains and rolling hills, verdant countryside, bog, forests, woodland and lakes. Donegal has also the two national parks, Glenveagh and Ards Forest Park. There is a wide choice of appealing walks in both parks.
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Go dté mar atá sibh!
My name is Seamus Doohan. I was born and raised in the Gaeltacht area of Falcarragh in Co. Donegal, under the shadow of the majestic Derryveagh mountains, and within a whisper of the rugged coastline of the wild north Atlantic.
As someone who has a passion for the outdoors, it was inevitable that I would take to hill walking. From an early age, I have spent many enjoyable days roaming and exploring the hills, mountains and coastline of the region and have gone on to become an experienced hillwalking guide. I have built up an intimate knowledge of the landscape and can choose from a host of enticing and exceptional routes.
I’d like to invite you to join me,so you too can experience some of the most beautiful, invigorating and magical walks in Europe
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