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Mountains as a backdrop, and no building to see, beautiful and peaceful. Helpful signage where you park explaining the flora and fauna. 20 mins flat walk on a boardwalk, easy and restful. Wasn’t busy and was lovely to be able to see the plants close...More
We had a lovely stroll in the early evening around the small circuit of the boardwalk. It seemed very small when I arrived but it is actually a lovely few minutes passed looking at the wild flowers, bees and surroundings of the bog. If you...More
The boardwalk is probably only 1km long and does a loop out and over the bog and back. Parking available on the road at the entrance. Wasn’t busy (but dog foul in two places on this thin boardwalk, not blaming the dogs but come on...More
We enjoyed touring the boardwalk around the bog, a great feat of workmanship in itself, and the nearby visitor centre in Clara town was very well presented (and free!). We chatted with a very knowledgeable guide in the visitor centre, and learned a great deal...More
What a beautiful place to take our family, little Pug and the kids grandparents for an evening stroll. Just outside Clara on the road to Rahan it is easy to find and an easy walk for young and old alike. The kids loved peering into...More
The Clara Bog walk is an easy 1km loop around a section of preserved bog just a few minutes from Clara. We visited to experience the flat openness of the bog landscape but local families also come to walk their dogs and get some exercise....More
We had a truly amazing visit here on Monday, even though it was a damp unpleasant day. Clara Bog is a raised bog, I understand that it's one of the only raised bogs in Ireland, and you can stroll along a boardwalk over the bog...More