Ireland Photos: Outdoor Adventures

 
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Ireland's more than pubs and green rolling meadows...cruise it, surf it, scale its rocky summits.  
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A network of 32 trails similar in concept to the Appalachian Trail, now interconnect a land rich in scenery and character.  
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Caving, or potholing as it is known in Europe, is a self-propelled odyssey in Ireland: pick your grotto, smooth-talk the local landowner, and start burrowing into caves steeped in legend.  
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Still a nascent sport in Ireland, the granite and limestone core of the green, green isle offers some challenging craggy ascents.  
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Cruise into the perfect escape by floating through Ireland: on the Shannon, the Erne, and other watery conduits.  
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In a land celebrated for the caliber of its thoroughbreds, it's little wonder that there's opportunity aplenty for some saddle-high escape.  
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Ireland on two wheels: small enough to be tackled in the course of several weeks, dotted with verdant and rugged scenery, and blessed with hospitality that makes any arduous day in the saddle worthwhile.  
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On Ireland's western fringe, the mystic highlands of Connemara hide an unexpected kingdom of adventure.  
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Hiking the 95-mile Dingle Way reveals the true coast-hugging beauty of Europe's Emerald Isle.  
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Look north for the road (and trail) less pedaled. Northern Ireland has some great two-wheeled options in a region as undiscovered as it is beautiful.  
 
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