The Dingle Way
The Dingle peninsula has some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. Walk a section of this famous walk cited as “one of the most beautiful walks in the world”, discovering some of Ireland’s finest archaeological sites such as standing stones, beehive huts and Ogham Stones.
Climb Mount Brandon or Carrauntoohil
Following in St. Brendan, the Navigator’s footsteps and climbing Irelands second highest mountain peak and the highest on the Dingle Peninsula at 3,123ft/952m.
Rock Climbing and Abseiling are also options along by the cliffs.
What we provide:
- Suggested walking/hiking routes
- Drying Room
- Packed Lunches
- Private professional Walking Tour Guide can be pre arranged
- Outdoor Tap to Clean boots after your days walking
We offer a Day Walking package which include the above see packages
We stride along the backbone of the Conor Pass with its beautiful mountain and ocean view’s, we will also walk through some of Irelands old bogs. As we descend into Dingle Town we look west towards the Atlantic and see the Blasket Island. Our walk should take about 3/4 hours. Professional Guide and transport to start of walk included.
Mount Eagle – walking out to the edge of the peninsula gaining heights of 800ft along the coast of Slea Head overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Professional Guide and transport to start of walk.