Irish Trail Partners

Sport Ireland is the statutory authority responsible for the development of sport in Ireland. It supports the work of the National Trails Office and the National Trails Advisory Committee.
Dept_of_TTAThe Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport is the government department responsible for supporting the three sectors of Transport, Tourism and Sport in Ireland.
Dept_of_ECALG_LogoThe Department of Environment, Community and Local Government has responsibility for a wide range of policies and programmes in respect of community, local government, sustainable development and recreation in Ireland.
coillteCoillte - The Irish State Forestry Company provides an extensive range of recreational trails in its properties throughout the country, many of which are listed on this website.
failteFailte Ireland - The Irish Tourism Development Authority is responsible for the development of tourism in Ireland and is centrally involved with the development and promotion of trails in Ireland.
waterwaysWaterways Ireland has responsibility for the management, maintenance, development and restoration of Ireland's inland navigable waterways principally for recreational purposes. The waterways under the remit of the body are the Barrow Navigation, the Erne System, the Grand Canal, the Lower Bann, the Royal Canal, the Shannon-Erne Waterway and the Shannon Navigation.
nationalparksNational Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, and is charged with the conservation of a range of habitats and species in Ireland. NPWS provide a range of recreational trails in National Parks and Nature Reserves throughout the country.
Irish Local Development Network (ILDN) is the representative body of all urban and rural Local Development Companies who work in the areas of social inclusion and local and rural development, and deliver the Local and Community Development Programme (LCDP) and the LEADER Rural Development Programme.