A lovely ancient medieval site exploration Event
that should include lots of bluebells in the ancient native woodland.
It is worth looking at the Google Map ...
more detailed Google Map link - http://bit.ly/Rindoon-Map
3 pm meet up at the gate at the start of the Rinn Dúin/Warren walk
A choice when you are there. Rinn Dúin/Warren walk leads to onbe of the most ancient woodlands in Ireland in additions to remains of the Norman settlement and city. No dogs are allowed here, though.
Dogs are allowed in St. John's Wood, though, where some of Ireland's rarer native trees live such as White Hornbeam, Elms and Crab Apples.
Rinn Dúin/Warren walk is also a bit of a hiking event, though easy to walk trails. 5 km walk, that has taken us 3 or 4 hours with stops, due to good weather and strolling pace. Lots to see here.
St. John's Wood is a more relaxed walk, less distance. Last year we all met up together at the end to share a picnic.
text/phone -[masked] for extra info, if lost, and if late
• - NO cover charge, please bring something for picnic table