DAY 1: Arrival in Dingle Town
From your point of arrival, use the public transport information we provide to make the journey to the town of Dingle.
DAY 2: Ventry - Slea Head
11km • 3 - 5 hours • ↑ 310m
Complementary transfer to Ventry in the morning. Ancient historical forts dating back over 2,500 years, stunning cliff-top views over the mystical Blasket islands – this is an unforgettable trek that will transport you from modern Ireland to the ‘old country’.
DAY 3: Slea Head - Ballyferriter
16km • 4 - 5 hours • ↑ 230m
Delving ever deeper into the Gaeltacht you continue along the Atlantic coastline discovering some of Ireland’s more picturesque and secluded beaches and enjoying the marvellous scenery.
DAY 4: Ballyferriter - Cuas
16km • 4 - 5 hours • ↑ 170m
The route from Ballyferriter to Cuas takes you along some of the finest cliff-top walks in the country with the brooding peak of Mount Brandon watching over your every step.
DAY 5: Cuas - Cloghane
22km • 6 - 8 hours • ↑ 720m
The climb over the shoulder of Masatiompan is the steepest on the Dingle Way but the views are unparalleled and make every last bit of effort expended worthwhile.
DAY 6: Cloghane - Scraggane Pier
16km • 4 - 6 hours • ↑ 30m
Leaving Cloghane, you emerge onto a magnificent beach stretching for more than 10km along a narrow peninsula jutting out towards the Seven Hogs – a group of islands also known as the Magharees.
DAY 7: Scraggane Pier - Camp
19km • 4 - 6 hours • ↑ 100m
Follow the eastern side of the peninsula through sand dunes and long beaches back to Castlegregory village and then continue along the coastline as far as Camp.
Day 8: Departure from Camp
Take a bus from Camp to Tralee. There are regular bus and train services from Tralee. Full details provided upon booking.