Tasting Spring in Leitrim 2016

Join Leitrim Landscapes Guided walks for this wonderful Celebration of Spring and stay at an eco-friendly lodge



This event is a five course feast for the senses;

See the spring flowers that appear in this magical woodland location

Hear the first of the spring birds

Taste the newly provided wild food

smell the wild garlic and woodland aromas

Touch all that nature has to provide for you


Sat April 16th, Lurganboy, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim



Bridge over River Bonet

Duration 2 hours, 1-3pmSpring is such a wonderful time to connect with nature. We have put together an enchanting  two day nature extravaganza for you. The primrose (prima rosa -first flower)  has heralded spring. The Wood Anemone (wind flower) is shaking its head in the breeze and the bees and butterflies have made their first appearances of the season. We will introduce you to foraging in Leitrim and  give you cooking tips and recipes for local foraged food found by the shores of the Bonet river. 
Refreshments served
Adults €15/day €25/2 days, children free
Dogs welcome

Sun April 17th, Fowley’s Falls, Rossinver


Bridge over River Bonet

Meander by the banks of the Glenaniff River and savor the freshness of the forest in spring. Gather wild garlic leaves and beech leaves while listening to bird song, Rob, the resident bird expert will share some fascinating facts about bird behaviour. Enjoy stunning views of the waterfalls. Foraged food tips and recipes available to participants.

Duration 2 hours 2-4pm

Adults €15/day €25/2 days, children free
Dogs welcome

Accommodation special offer available at; 



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