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Walks around Glengarriff by Ann Treacy
May 20, 2010, 10:07 pm
Filed under: Glengarriff

There are scores of great walks around Glengarriff. It was a good 10-15 minute walk into the village – a little longer if you took the detour around the harbor. Grandpa and I took a way towards the Bears Way – heading to the next bay one morning. We saw donkeys on our walk.

Patrick and I climbed to Lady Bantry’s Lookout one day. It’s a short walk from the Glengarrif Nature Reserve – but a much longer walk from the house – the last half mile is straight up. But the views were definitely worth it! We could see the entirety of Garinish Island’ that was cool.

Patrick and I took another walk to the Nature Reserve. It houses the only oak forest in Minnesota. We took the River Walk – and again it looked so much like Minnesota. In fact it looked a lot like the area near Hiawatha – under the Ford Bridge.

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