Mary is setting herself the challenge of a life time! She is set to cycle the Wild Atlantic Way in hopes of raising much needed funds for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
All funds raised will support training of Guide Dogs for people who are vision impaired and Assistance Dogs for families of children with autism.
She is starting off in Kinsale on May 11th and hopes to make it to the beautiful beaches of Donegal by May 28th!
Day 1 – Saturday, May 11th – Kinsale to Skibbereen
Day 2 – Sunday, May 12 – Skibbereen to Bantry
Day 3 – Monday, May 13th – Bantry to Kenmare
Day 4 – Tuesday, May 14th – Kenmare to Caherciveen, Co Kerry
Day 5 – Wednesday, May 15th – Caherciveen to Dingle
Day 6 – Thursday, May 16th – Dingle to Listowel
Day 7 – Friday, May 17th – Listowel to Ennistymon, Co Clare
Day 8 – Saturday, May 18th – Ennistymon to Moycullen, Co. Galway
Day 9 – Sunday, May 19th – Rest Day
Day 10 – Monday, May 20th – Moycullen to Clifden
Day 11 – Tuesday, May 21st – Clifden to Westport, Co. Mayo
Day 12 – Wednesday, May 22nd – Westport to Ballina
Day 13 – Thursday, May 23rd – Ballina to Bundoran, Co. Donegal
Day 14 – Friday, May 24th – Rest Day
Day 15 – Saturday, May 25th – Bundoran to Ardara
Day 16 – Sunday, May 26th – Ardara to Dunfanaghy
Day 17 – Monday, May 27th – Dunfanaghy to Letterkenny
Day 18 – Last Day – Tuesday, May 28th, Letterkenny to Muff, End of the Wild Atlantic Way
For more information contact Lynda Foley at: email@example.com or call 021 4878 200.
Wild Atlantic Way