About Me

Based in Ravensdale, North Louth, local guide Venora will share her passion for this landscape, its mountains and forests, through its history, storytelling and nature and her intimate knowledge of this borderland area.

Gentle hill walks vie with quirky forest and river trails, awash with sacred sites and Victorian follies, bronze age settlements and famine walls. At a slower pace, biodiverse mindful walks can soothe the spirit. All walks are set among the stunning scenery of the unexplored mountains of Cooley and Ring of Gullion, the home of mighty warriors, Cu Chulainn and Fionn mac Cumhaill. Above all, the visitor will experience a huge welcome!

General Information

Opening times:

  • All year round, see Facebook for specific walk dates.
  • Pre-booking is essential

Walking Schedule:

Daily upon request, for groups of 4+.  Feeding your senses is run Saturdays 17th July, 7th August, 18 September, 16th October. Or upon request for that special celebration or occasion. Visit our Facebook @warriorwalks for weekly updates.

    Are you prepared? We suggest:

    • You bring rain gear and stout walking shoes/boots are strongly recommended, with optional walking poles encouraged.
    • You are reasonably fit.
    • Children are most welcome under parental supervision.
    • Unfortunately no dogs are permitted.
    • Should you have a medical condition that may limit your safety, please contact your guide beforehand in confidence.
    • We suggest you bring a snack and water, nothing like a picnic in the fresh air.

    Health and Safety:

    As we understand the importance of your safety, a full COVID POLICY operates under up-to-date government policies.