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  • Wild Atlantic Walks

    Introducing four Wild Atlantic Walks that show off the spectacular Irish coast with helpful tips to ensure you make the most of your days out west. Liscanoor to Doolin: Making the Most of the Cliffs of Moher Difficulty: Moderate to difficult Type: Point to Point Distance: 12 km Duration: 3 hr 30 mins Start Location: […]

  • Family Walking

    4 Family Friendly Walking and Cycle Routes Four walks put together with family excursions in mind. Each route is suitable for little legs or bikes, and each trail can be squeezed into a few short hours as part of a daytrip. The Bohernabrenna Reservoirs Walk, Co. Dublin Difficulty: Easy Type: Loop Distance: 8.6 km Duration: […]

  • Leenane

    Galway in 1 Day

    Galway 1-day Itinerary Rich in history and cultural significance, the county of Galway offers everything from a vibrant city base, to a Gaeltacht area, to Ireland’s only fjord. Those lucky enough to be based in this part of the country will tell you that there is more to see and do than what could be […]

  • Walking in Ireland

    Walking Tips

    Walking Tips to Help You Stay on Track From following waymarked trails to understanding access to private land, here is the essential information you need to keep yourself on the right track in the outdoors.   While some walkers prefer a rambling route with clearly marked waypoints and markers, others love nothing more than to […]

  • Esri FedGIS

    Esri FedGIS conference 2017 – an OSi delegate’s experience I recently had the opportunity to attend the Esri FedGIS conference in Washington, an event that invites government delegates from around the world to come together and share their geospatial knowledge, challenges and solutions. The CEO of Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi), Colin Bray, and I were […]

  • UK GI Agreements

    How Geospatial Information has empowered public services across the UK Ireland’s National Mapping Agreement (NMA) is about to be launched, giving Irish public sector bodies free access to most of Ordnance Survey Ireland’s (OSi) geospatial data. Under similar agreements, national mapping agencies in Northern Ireland and Great Britain have been making mapping data freely available […]