Fáilte, a Chairde
Ba mhaith linn fíorchaoin fáilte a chuir romhaibh fhad lenár
gClub Siúlóirí anseo in Iardheisceart Dhún na nGall.
Is cumann pobail Club Siúlóirí Shliabh a’Liag a
bunaíodh i mí na Nollag 2009. Is iad príomhaidhmeanna an chlub ná gníomhaíochtaí siúlóide
agus spaisteoireachta a chur chun cinn inár gceantar.
Cuireann an club leis an saothar cúram a dhéanamh ar an timpeallacht,
aire a thabhairt do na bealaí isteach ar na siúlóidí agus
caomhnú a dhéanamh ar Shliabh a’Liag agus ar na sléibhte
Cuireann na siúlóidí atá againn go mór
le deis aclaíochta na rannpháirtithe chomh maith le seans a thabhairt
daofa sult a bhaint as áilleacht an cheantair.
Dear Fellow Walkers!
We would like to extend to you a warm welcome to our Walking Club.
The Sliabh Liag Hillwalkers is a community based walking group that was formed
in December 2009. The overall aim of the club was to promote the interests
of hill walking and rambling activities within our area. The club also
aims to promote awareness of the need to maintain access, conservation
of the Slieve League Cliffs and surrounding hills.
These walks provide a much need physical and social
outlet for many people and at the same time enjoying the fantastic views available
in the area.
The walk from Bun Glas to Malin Beg via the summit of Sliabh Liag is described
by Joss Lynam in his book Best Irish Walks as “The classic and most popular
route which traverses the whole exhilarating crest of the mountain, and the
one which draws most walkers time and time again”. So, it is not surprising,
that the sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag are listed as number 18 in the Lonely Planet
top 25 Irish experiences for tourists.
Donegal: Hidden Walking Country written by Thomas Hollowell and Katie
Kelly Bell; Slieve League Mountains to One Man's Pass.‘
The Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) cliffs easily compete with the more-popular
Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland in both sublimity and grandeur. Located
on the southwest coast of Donegal (OS Map sheet 10, available in Killybegs
or Kilcar), a clear day walking here is divine. With views of the Atlantic
Ocean, the not-so-distant mountains of Sligo, and the calming Donegal Bay,
it's a purely placid picture.’ – Why not come and discover this
Take this amazing opportunity to explore something different and discover
what South West Donegal has to offer. There are various walks at different
levels so there is something to suit everyone!
This area has some of the most amazing scenery in the country, rich in archaeology
and with a wide variety of flora and fauna there is much of geological interest.
Come and experience the warm welcome of South West Donegal where locals
will greet you with a Céad Míle Fáilte as the area is
also rich in musical heritage the night time entertainment is sure to delight
Ceol agus Craic!
Feel free to also take at look at our website www.sliabhliagwalkers.com
If you have any queries or need any other information you can also contact
us on email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you and extending a warm welcome to you
at our next walk.
Slán go fóill!
The Sliabh Liag Hillwalkers Committee.
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