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Táin March 2015 - Walking Route Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon to Omeath on the Cooley Peninsula Co. Louth.

Walking Route from Rathcroghan to Omeath  (Full details to follow soon).


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The 2015 Wholeway Walking route will be as follows:

2015RouteSunday 24th May:
RATHCROGHAN 
Tulsk, Rathnaglye, Clashaganny, Cloonfinlough, Lismeehy - 25km

Monday 25th May:
SCRAMOGE
Cloonmore, Corraun, Termonbarry, Cloondara, Longford, Creeve Cross Roads - 34.5km

Tuesday 26th May:
BALLINALEE
Bunlahy, Rathbracken, Cloghchurnel, Finnea - 33km

Wednesday 27th May:
BALLYMANUS 
Dromore, Clonabreany, Crossakiel, Castlekieran - 34km

    • Thursday 28th May:
      KELLS
      Corstown, Faughan Hill, Donaghpatrick, Oristown, Wilkinstown - 27.5km

      • Friday 29th May: 
        RATHKENNY
        Davinstown, Hurlstone, Ardee, Tallanstown, Louth - 34km

        • Saturday 30th May:
          KNOCKBRIDGE
          Rahiddy, Kilkerley, Castletown, Dundalk - 25.5km

          • Sunday 31st May:
            DUNDALK
            Castletown, Faughart, Cullailhir Bridge, Broughattin, Tippings Wood, Lumpers - 22km

            • Monday 1st June May:
              BALLYMAKELLETT
              Round Mountain, Clermont Cairn, Cadgers Path, Clermont Pass 
              OMEATH18km


 The Wholeway Walking Route

Places associated with the Táin will be used as points for imparting information on, and or delivering  readings from, the story of the Táin. 

Tain March Walking Route 2015

The route is 237km in length (plotted on Google Maps), distances and times are also calculated from Google Maps. The route is broken up into nine days, each day will cover a distance between 18 & 35 km in length. 

The route from Tulsk, Co. Roscommon (Crúachain) to Oristown, Co. Meath (Tailtiu) mirrors the outward journey of Queen Medb's forces in pursuit of the Brown Bull. The route from Oristown (Tailtiu) to Omeath, Co. Louth (Cúailnge) mirrors the homeward journey with the captured bull in tow, i.e. Queen Medb's forces were moving in the opposite direction, from Omeath to Oristown.


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Táin March 2015 - Route and Events Rathcroghan to Omeath 24th May to 1st June

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