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Mountaineering Ireland (www.mountaineering.ie)
Mountaineering Ireland is the representative body for walkers and climbers in Ireland. It is recognised as the National Governing Body for mountaineering, hillwalking, rambling and climbing by both the Irish Sports Council and Sport Northern Ireland.
Donegal Events, Festivals and Activities (www.whatsondonegal.com)
Kilcar Historical Society (www.aislann.ie/index.php/local-history-group)
Áislann Chill Chartha (www.aislann.ie/index.php/about-us)
To provide a high standard of educational, training and recreational amenities for the community of Kilcar and neighbouring parishes while embracing and promoting Irish culture, heritage and language.
Glencolmcille Community Website (www.gleanncholmcille.ie)
Explore the beautiful area of Glencolumbkille, Donegal Highlands in scenic South West Donegal.
Donegal Mountaineer Rescue (www.facebook.com/DonegalMRT/)
Since 2002, the Donegal Mountaineer Rescue team has developed its skills and experience considerably and the number of incidents it handles each year has increased. Team members now live and work across the entire county and have five response vehicles positioned strategically to ensure quick, effective responses to incidents. It is now 25yrs since the first steps were taken to establish the Donegal Mountaineer Rescue team and soon they will be 25yrs as a fully recognised Mountain Rescue Team. The first 25 years have seen the team move forward from humble beginnings and they are now looking forward to shaping their future ensuring that they develop, maintain and enhance mountain search and rescue services in the county.
Kilcar Community Website (www.kilcaronline.com)
Oideas Gael - Irish Language & Culture Courses (www.oideas-gael.com)
Donegal County Council (www.donegalcoco.ie)
The Wild Atlantic Way (www.wildatlanticway.com)
The Wild Atlantic Way is Irelands new long distance scenic driving route along the entire west coast of Ireland from Donegal in the North to Cork in the South. If you are looking for a holiday itinerary from a few days to several weeks, look no further as the Wild Atlantic Way route has it all. From cliff top views to great hikes and from historic cities to picture perfect coastal villages and some of the best surfing in the world, the Wild Atlantic Way drive caters for tourists of all ages and tastes. Slow down and experience the real Ireland.
The Folk Village Museum (www.glenfolkvillage.com)
The Folk Village Museum is a cluster of several small cottages, called a 'clachan', perched on a hillside overlooking the sandy curve of Glen Bay Beach in the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking area) of South West Donegal. Designed, built and maintained by the local people, the Folk Village is one of Ireland's best living-history museums.
Art by Conal (www.artbyconal.com)
Local artist, Conal McIntyre, explores the donegal landscape with art work in oils, pen and ink. In addition to his website, Conal's work can be seen at the Glen Gallery (June, July, August) in Glencolmcille, County Donegal.
Bridging the Ages (www.facebook.com/Bridgingtheages)
The Winding Roads and Stone Bridges of Kilcar and Glencolmcille 1750 - 1900.
Colaiste Cill Chartha (www.colaistechara.com)
Enjoy the Gaeltacht - summer language courses for children with Colaiste Cill Chartha.
Sliabh Liag Tours (www.sliabhliagtours.ie)
Sliabh Liag Tours is a family run bus hire / tour company. We offer a special service to groups of all sizes who wish to see the cliffs.
Leave No Trace Ireland (www.leavenotraceireland.org)
Leave No Trace Ireland is a network of organisations and individuals with an interest in promoting the responsible recreational use of the outdoors. As increasing numbers of people seek the beauty and exhilaration of outdoor recreation, our collective mark on the environment and its natural processes, increases.
Slieve League Lodge (www.slieveleaguelodge.com)
Main Street, Carrick, County Donegal.
Nuala Star (www.sliabhleagueboattrips.com)
Sliabh League Boat Trips run tours to the Sliabh Liag Cliffs, the highest sea cliffs in Europe standing 600m (1,972 feet).
Killybegs Online (www.killybegsonline.org)
The Killybegs Online site is a community website to promote the town and share information with friends and family abroad (or anyone who is interested).
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