Walks Schedule

27th Thursday
9.45 a.m.Walk takes place between Carran and Kinvara. Walk location is very rich in wild flowers. Archaeological highlight is a remarkable Early Christian hermitage set in mature native woodland. 2.5 hours. 30 euros per person.
30th Sunday
2.00 p.m.Walk takes place near the village of Carran. Highlights include the Burren in bloom and a remarkable Early Christian monastic site. Walk lasts about 2.5 hours and costs 25 euros per person.

Scheduled walks to coincide with the Burren in Bloom- one of Europe's great natural history events! 
13th Saturday 
afternoon - coastal walk. Stunning views. Alpine/Arctic/Mediterranean and maritime plants. Prehistoric monuments. Duration 2.5 hours ; cost 30 euros per person.
21st Sunday 
afternoon - interior walk. Near village of Carran. Excellent wild flower location plus Early Christian monastic site are among highlights. Duration 2.5 hours. Cost 25 euros per person.
31st Wednesday 
- Burren National Park. One of only 6 National Parks in the Republic of Ireland. A profusion of orchids. Archaeological monuments including a rare Early Christian hermitage. Great expanses of limestone pavement. Duration 2.5 hours ; cost 25 euros per person.
Starting 2nd June. 
Tuesdays to Saturdays inclusive.
Meet Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10.15 a.m.

Meet Fridays at 2.15 p.m.
(Walks Sundays, Mondays available by appointment).
Meeting point Burren Centre, Kilfenora

The Burren scheduled guided walks take place at different sites in the Burren National Park and beyond. All hikes take place within approx 20 minute drive time of the meeting point. The walks last more than 2 hours and feature spectacular examples of the region’s limestone pavement, wild plants and archaeology.  Stunning views of the Burren countryside are also guaranteed. Walk groups are invariably small in size.

The cost of a scheduled guided walk is 20 euros per person. (Under 16s free of charge). Payment may be made in advance via Paypal. Proceed further down this page to the shopping cart to pay. Alternatively payment may be made on the day of the walk in cash. Booking in advance is not essential. 


Other walk highlights include informative and entertaining commentaries on the geology, flora, archaeology, wild life, farming and folklore of the Burren region. The walks take place rain or shine. The show must go on!

Pay for the scheduled summer walk - 20 euros per person

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Tony Kirby took part in a pilot programme of heritage education for people with disabilities in May 2014.

The programme partners were Burren Geopark and Brothers of Charity, County Clare. 5 minute and 20 minute films of the project were made by film maker Fergus Tighe.

You can watch the 5 minute version here.


"An encyclopedia of Burren-related knowledge. A fascinating explanation of the landscape."

Eoin Butler, Irish Independent.


"The wonder of the Burren was brought to life for me spending a day with Tony. Mid-winter was a perfect time to visit and have most sites to ourselves.  
Tony's passion about the ecology of the region and his vast knowledge around the history, archaeology and lore made my time with Tony a real high point of my trip to Ireland"

Barbara Addleman, San Francisco Bay Area, California U.S.A. January 2017.

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