The Mourne International Walking Festival is an annual walking event that takes place on Mournes, a part of the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland.
It was first held in 2009, and has since grown exponentially. In 2013, organisers estimated around 7,000 people participated in the event. It has 12 different walks over 5 days of walking with all routes being graded from 2 to 17 or 18 miles long for pace, difficulty and scenery.
The course is marked out by way of orange panels on trees or rocks.
The Mourne International Walking Festival is a fun-filled celebration of walking that has been bringing people together for decades.
Mourne International Walking Festival will see thousands of walkers take part in one mile or 10K walks, with each participant raising funds to support our work with young people in the community.
During the festival, we will be celebrating all walks of life from those who simply want to come out and enjoy the free festival to those who are training for their upcoming marathon.
The Mourne International Walking Festival takes place on the 26th – 28th June 2015. The festival has been held since 1990 and is one of the largest free walking events in the world.
The festival was created to celebrate the beauty of the Mourne Mountains and encourage people to explore their natural surroundings. The walking festival has three stages with a total of 18,000 miles (27,974km) for walkers to traverse over two days.
Mourne International Walking Festival was founded in the year 2010. The venue is on a beautiful beach at the west coast of Ireland.
The Walking Festival will take place on the 26th – 28th June 2015, with distances ranging from 3-22km. It is a family friendly event and there are no time limits or restrictions to what people can do. The walking festival will showcase some of Ireland’s finest walking trails, with prizes for top male and female walkers, teams and dogs.
The Mourne International Walking Festival is the largest walking festival in the world that takes place on the 26th – 28th June 2015. The festival takes place in five locations across four counties Northern Ireland, with a total of 10,000 participants and 1000 volunteers.
The Mourne International Walking Festival has become one of the most established walking festivals in Europe. It was founded by a group of walkers who wanted to get more people into the outdoors for health, social and environmental benefits.
Mourne International Walking Festival is one of North’s busiest attractions with tens of thousands coming to walk and explore Mourne Mountains each year.
The Mourne International Walking Festival is a three-day walking festival which takes place annually in County Down, Northern Ireland. The event has taken place annually since 1969. It is organised by the Mourne Mountain Rescue Team, who actively encourage participation by organising training events in the lead-up to the walk.
The Mourne International Walking Festival is a walking event taking place on the 26th – 28th of June 2015. The festival is open to those who wish to participate and walk a particular route of 10km or less, with the option to do between one and five walks.
The Mourne International Walking Festival has been organised by the Mourne Partnership since 2013, with organisers hoping that it would take off in 2015 as it did in 2014. The festival provides an opportunity for people from across Northern Ireland and beyond to enjoy a range of walking routes that are free from any commercialisation or sponsorship.
The Mourne International Walking Festival has been held every year since 1995 and is one of the largest outdoor walking events in Ireland with over 4000 participants taking part each year.
Mourne is Fermanagh’s premier event, attracting stars such as Sir Sean Connery and home-grown celebrity presenter Mary Kennedy.
The Mourne International Walking Festival takes place every year in the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland. The festival is known as one of Europe’s largest walking festivals.
The festival features over 500 miles of walking, with participants walking routes that are same as those used by hikers on the Appalachian Trail. The event was founded in 1990 and has since become a very popular event.