Discover the Geopark Summer Events

Duration: Age Group: 11+

Discover the Geopark Summer Events
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Connect & Explore with our expert guides. We have two fascinating events scheduled for the summer months, see below for information or Call us on 049 4893630


Description: Calling all photographers and those who love nature as much as we do!!  Dawn at the Centre is a magical time of day as the suns long rays warm the hills and fields and the mists rising from the water create a stunning visual landscape, a picture worth taking a thousand times over. The crepuscular animals (most active at twilight) will be going about their foraging and hunting at this time and if we are very fortunate we might see some of these from a distance. This sunrise walk will be led by Chris, our Biodiversity Coordinator who will guide you along a 2 KM walk and a canoe over to the magnificent Oughter Castle and back again.  On return to the Centre, a traditional boxty breakfast is included.  If you want to go back out to the woodlands or on a kayak/canoe, this can be arranged (supplementary fees apply).

PRIZE to be awarded for best photograph on the day. Winner will receive FREE entry to the next Cuilcagh Lakelands Geo Park Event run at the Cavan Adventure Centre.

Participant numbers: Min 8 – Max 12 (must have own photography equipment)
Costs: €15pp
Date: Friday 19th August
Timings: Meet and register at the Centre at 6:45AM. Guided tour starts 7 AM. Return to Centre at 10:15 for breakfast and a hot drink.
Suitability: Basic fitness required (Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)

Booking essential via [email protected]


Participants: Min 8 – Max 16

Costs: €20pp

Sunday 25th September

Timings and Route: Meet at the Centre at 9AM to register and get kitted out. It will be a circular route around Inishmore Island that will leave at 9:30 and be back at 12:30.

Description: For world rivers day, the Cavan Adventure Centre invites you to explore the Lough Oughter Waterways on an ecological tour with Chris, our Biodiversity Coordinator. Paddling along the waterway by kayak/canoe, he will highlight and showcase some of the wonderful variety of native plants and animals that inhabit the land here. Being a protected Special Area of Conservation, The Lough Oughter Waterway system is host to many endangered and at risk species of waterfowl, freshwater fish, invertebrates and aquatic flora as well.

Booking essential via [email protected]

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