Audio trails

Audio trails

Our GPS audio guides were available on the EveryTrail walking app. This great app allowed walkers to be able to download rich content to play offline when out on a trail. It ensured you had all of the information you’d need about a point of interest including contact details, a description, a picture. and best of all, audio.

Sadly, the audio was switched off by the new owners of EveryTrail; while our tours can still be viewed, you will not be able to enjoy the audio – bear with us on this anomaly. We plan to add the audio for each of the tours on this page in the near future. Below is a sample of some of our favour audio trails. While you may not have the full audio, our videos will give you a flavour of what was on offer.

Bluestack Way App

Our most ambitious audio guide had to be the Bluestack Way App, a 51km national waymarked way through often remote areas of County Donegal with spectacular views as it traverses the Bluestack Mountains. It connects Donegal Town with the town of Ardara on the west coast, taking in the town of Glenties on its route following directional yellow arrows and yellow ‘walking man’ signs familiar to walkers worldwide. The video above will give you a flavour of the many treats the audio offered the walker.

Best of Irish Heritage Towns


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We produced audio guides from Donegal to Youghal via Sligo, Cashel, Nenagh and Durrow amongst other places. This bundled guide brought the aforementioned heritage towns together in one place. We were fortunate to have selected a number of towns that took great pride in their rich heritage and had some great ambassadors to tell the respective town’s history with style. In Cashel, we produced audio tours in all main European languages.

Durrow – the gem of Laois 


The Stokes family of the famous Castle Durrow asked us to do a series of audio tours around the picturesque village for their guests. The Durrow Guide was the end result and contained four audio guides as well as a Best of Laois guide. The easiest audio trail was a walk around the castle’s garden, two were nature walks and one was a High Nelly trail no less.

All kinds of everything

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From a South Roscommon Heritage Trail to a Medieval food Tour for Nenagh, we produced some weird and wonderful trails that allowed walkers combine fitness and scenery with audio to tell them about their tour. Our audio trail of Sligo Town told them of its many literature connections while our Donegal Town heritage trail not only told them about its rich heritage, but also added a lot ancillary trails for the many other activities to do in the area.