Saturday’s walk is about 12 kilometres in length and follows a green road (ancient cattle highway) with outstanding views of Galway Bay, the Aran Islands and Connemara. Most of the walk is along level gradient with some rugged terrain. Highlights include the region’s famous Arctic-Alpine-Mediterranean mélange of wildflowers, limestone pavement and archaeological sites. Saturday walk is full day-long - lasts 5 hours approximately.
The walk on Sunday takes place in the Burren National Park, an area of remarkable natural beauty. The walk features the modest climb of the dramatically buckled Mullaghmore hill (200m).
Other highlights of the Sunday outing include turloughs (seasonal lakes), flower-rich grasslands, limestone pavement and prehistoric tombs. The walk follows a way marked trail but the terrain is mostly rugged. The Sunday walk is half day-long - lasts 3 hours approximately.
Minibus transfer leaves Wild Honey each day at 10.00 a.m.