Date Released: 03 July 2012
The National Parks and Wildlife Service is delighted to announce a new pilot Bus Service for the Burren National Park.
From Monday 9th July the free pilot bus service will operate from the Information Point in Corofin through the National Park. The bus will run from 10.15 am to 6pm during July and August and will provide access to various sections of the National Park. The service will run for 7 days a week.
This new service gives people the opportunity to explore the 5 scenic way-marked walking trails found within the park. Operating on a regular loop, there will be stops within the park enabling passengers to get off and on again. This allows time to explore the various trails through the unique Burren landscape before re-joining the bus at a later time or a different place.
Free guided walks are also available in the park; the walks are lead by experienced park guides and cover such topics as Burren flora and fauna, geology and archaeology. Walks are provided every Sunday and midweek, for more details on times and locations contact the Information Point.
More information on routes and times of the bus service will be available at the Burren National Park Information Point, Corofin, Co Clare, phone 065 6827693