For the most part, this walking tour follows the official trail of the Dingle Way (Slí Chorca Dhuibhne in Gaelic), a 179km (112 miles) long National Waymarked Trail around the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. The official beginning and end of the circular route is Tralee, the capital of Kerry.
The diversity of landscapes is one of the reasons why the Dingle Way is such a popular trail. It never ..
Despite its proximity to Dublin, the Wicklow Mountains offer hundreds of kilometres of wonderfully unspoilt trails and a wide variety of scenic landscapes like mountains, upland lakes, steep sided glacial valleys, fast flowing mountain streams, forests and farmland. The most famous is the Wicklow Way but there are also many other wonderful trails that are not part of the Wicklow Way and which are ..
At over 214km (133 miles), the Kerry Way is Ireland’s longest signposted walking trail and is also one of the most popular. The trail starts and finishes in the busy tourist destination of Killarney. Looping around the Iveragh Peninsula, the Kerry Way goes anti-clockwise, passing through some of the most isolated and dramatic countryside in Ireland.
The Kerry Way is the relaxed and unhurried..
Our Antrim Glens & Coastline tours are situated in Northern Ireland, in the northeast of the island of Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.
Our longest moderate tours start from Glenariff, also known as the Queen of the Glens, and then lead through remote upland and the legendary Glens of Antrim to the town of Ballycastle on the north coast. All our Antrim itineraries then include hik..
The Beara Way is a 152km (95 mile) long circular route around the Beara Peninsula that begins and ends in Glengarriff, County Cork. The route passes through magnificently rugged mountain and seacoast scenery in Counties Kerry and Cork. Additional walks (e.g. on Bere Island and Dursey Island) can bring the overall length of the Beara Way to more than 200km.
The Beara Peninsula itself (as opposed to..
Our Connemara & West of Ireland walking tours explore Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands situated in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Galway, as well as the most popular southern part of the official Western Way walking trail. This 100km (63 miles) long section, which connects the towns of Oughterard and Westport, leads through spectacular scenery in the counties of Galway and Mayo…
The word ‘Burren’ comes from ‘Boireann’, or stony district, and refers to an area of spectacular terraced limestone hills and hidden valleys that form the northern part of County Clare. With an area of 130 square kilometres (50 square miles), it is one of the largest karst limestone landscapes in Europe.
The Burren Way takes in the best of what the Burren area has to offer – from the..
The Sheep’s Head Way is a 93km (58 mile) long National Waymarked Trail that circles the Sheep’s Head Peninsula in West Cork. The Sheep’s Head is a peaceful, unspoilt peninsula and it is said to contain the most beautiful scenery in all of Ireland. Because of its proximity to the Gulf Stream, it also has perhaps the mildest climate in Ireland – the daffodils are usually out in January! ..
We had a great time, thanks for your planning. All of our B&Bs were lovely, the Route directions were great and Mary the Taxi driver was wonderful! We loved the Dingle Way.Thea S. - Netherlands
I've been walking the Wicklow Way for four days. Great tour organisation, perfect and detailed walking instructions, fast and kind service and lovely accommodations. Loved it and will do it again for sure!Vera B. - Germany
A perfcect organized tour. The staffs are realy polite. The b&bs and hotel are clean and the hosts are absolutely lovely! The 5 Days of the Kerry Way were absolutly genius! Thanks for this experience!Michael v.d. S. - Netherlands
Just got back from walking an Antrim Glens & Coastline tour. We lucked out and had very little rain. Stunning views around every corner. Fabulous B&Bs with lovely hosts and great food. Highly recommended.Keith G. - USA
It was an amazing week on the Westernway! Perfect organization! Wonderful B&B's. Thank you very much.Frank L. - Germany
Our 2nd Tour with Hillwalk & Definitely not our Last One. You are doing an AWESOME Job :) Thanks for all the memories we will Keep.Tobias S. - Germany
We are back in Switzerland and fine. We had a wonderful trip through a gorgeous piece of Ireland. Though the weather played not very well the last week (it was a bit misty up in the mountains, northside west-direction), we enjoyed the nature and the irish terrain.Roger B. - Switzerland
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