This week, our Hillwalk Stories series features Liba Cunnings’ memorable hike on the Kerry Way where she discovered the diverse features of Ireland’s longest hiking trail. My starting point is [...]
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We’re finally here – the year 2020 – and doesn’t the turn of the century feel miles away already? Although technically the new decade really starts in 2021 (which made [...]
Ireland is full of history. Whether it’s the uprising in Dublin, the tribes of Galway City, or vikings arriving onto our shores, there are stories of years gone by at [...]
The Ring of Kerry is a driving route around the beautiful coastal and mountain paths of County Kerry, Ireland. The walking equivalent is the Kerry Way, taking in views and [...]
Wild Atlantic Way Route The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km (1,550 miles) route which stretches from south to north along the west coast of Ireland. It is typically a [...]