Getting Limerick Active
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Getting Limerick Active

Active Cities Walks

Our popular Active Cities walks take place every Tuesday at 11am and explores different walking routes around our beautiful city.

The group walks are led by one of our tutors and are a nice social way of getting your steps in!

Schedule of Upcoming Walks:

  • Tuesday 7th March: Baggot Estate Walk  –  (Meet at People’s Park)
  • Tuesday 14th March: 3 Bridges  –  (Meet at Arthurs Quay Park)
  • Tuesday 21st March: Red Path  –  (Meet at O’Driscoll’s Bar, Corbally)
  • Tuesday 28th March: UL Campus  –  (Meet at The Pavilion, North Campus)
  • Tuesday 4th April: Condell Road  –  (Meet at Shelbourne Park)
  • Tuesday 11th April: Shannon Fields  –  (Meet at Clare St Park)
  • Tuesday 18th April: Limerick City Walk  –  (Meet at Arthurs Quay Park)
  • Tuesday 25th April: Castletroy Urban Greenway  –  (Meet Kilmurry Lodge Hotel)
  • Tuesday 2nd May: Kings Island Bank  –  (Meet Clare St Park)
  • Tuesday 9th May: Baggot Estate  –  (Meet at People’s Park)

To view any of our walking routes, click on the associated green walk button below!

3 Bridge Walk

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Castletroy Urban Greenway

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Condell Road Walk

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King's Island Bank Walk

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Limerick City Walk

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UL Campus Walk

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People's Park to Baggot Estate

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Red Path Walk

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Shannon Fields Walk

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Our Active Cities Lead for Limerick is Pat Quigley. To contact Pat on any Active Cities queries, you can email him at or you can phone the LSP office on 061-333600. 

To subscribe to our mailing list and learn more about our Active Cities events, click here.

You can also follow LSP on our social media channels on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram by clicking the social media icons on the top right hand corner of this page.

Limerick Sports Partnership is one of eight Local Sports Partnerships, selected by Sport Ireland to coordinate & deliver the Active Cities project in Ireland:

Local Sports Partnerships are just one cog…whilst they are responsible for coordinating the project, they are only 1 facilitator of many who need to be involved to make the project a success and our cities active.

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