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The Sive Walk commences at the old railway station, on the Ballybunion road, and passes through wild bogland where turf cutting takes place.

The Sive Walk commences at the old railway station, on the Ballybunion road, and passes through wild bogland where turf cutting takes place.

The terrain is mainly bogland and it is a moderately difficult walk.

Trail details
Type
Linear trail
Tips from locals

This walk is called after the local playwright John B Keane’s award winning play 'Sive’. John B Keane was from Listowel and you can visit his pub in the town. A statue is erected in the town centre in honour of him.

Dog friendly
Family friendly
Free to visit
Rainy days
Free car parking
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Contact details
Listowel,Co Kerry,Republic of Ireland
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