Dingle Way – 4 Days
Dingle Way – 4 Day – Self-Guided Walking Tour
A short walking break on the Dingle Way County Kerry on the west coast of Ireland. This is the perfect introduction to the west of Ireland on one of our self guided walking tours. The Dingle Way is a spectacular walking trail that offers superb views and easy walking. If you would like to go hiking in the west coast of Ireland then this is the tour for you.
The National Geographic Traveller has described it as “the most beautiful place on earth”.
Tour Pricing & Dates
|4 Day Tour||€345 per person sharing|
|Tour Dates||March to October|
|Tour Grade||Easy to Moderate|
|Accommodation||Guesthouse or B&B|
|BOOKING||BOOK THIS TOUR|
- Day 1 / Transfer to Camp
- You have the option to arrive at Dublin or Shannon Airport and take a bus or train to Tralee, where you will take a 25 minute journey by public transport to the village of Camp. We will supply you with the necessary timetables and information to get you safely to your first accommodation.
- Day 2 / Camp to Anascaul
- Your first day’s walking on the Dingle Way takes you cross the hub of the Dingle Peninsula. Following a “Boirín” a Gaelic word meaning small road; that leads you to a col between Corrin and Knockbrack Hills to reach a height of 235Mtrs.705Ft. From here you will have some remarkable views of Baurtregaum Mountain; which is the highest mountain in the Slieve Mish range and an impressive megalithic fort that sits on the edge on Caherconree Mountain. From here the trail descends gently downwards and eventually offers you some spectacular views across the wildlife sanctuary of lnch Beach. It was here that some of the famous “Ryan’s Daughter” movie was filmed. Distance: 18.5 km/12.6 miles, Ascent: 460 m/1380 ft Approximate walking time: 6/7 hrs
- Day 3 / Annascaul to Dingle
- From Anascaul the trail takes you west to the town of Dingle, along a series of minor roads that meander around the surrounding countryside and open mountains. You will have a chance to visit the magnificent ruin of the 16th century Minard Castle and stop of for lunch in the beautiful village of Lispole From Lispole the trail takes you northwest back towards the spine of the Dingle Peninsula. From here the views over Dingle Bay are simply awe-inspiring. Distance: 22 km/13.7 miles, Ascent: 568 m/1704 ft Approximate walking time: 6/7 hrs
- Day 4 / Depart
- Depart Dingle; you can take the bus from Dingle back to Tralee and we will provide travel directions and timetables for you.
- 3 nights bed and breakfast
- All accommodation is pre-booked in approved family-run guesthouses with all rooms en-suite
- Dingle Way Maps and waterproof route notes
- Details on restaurants and places of interest to visit along the way
- Luggage transfers daily while you walk from inn to inn with just a small day pack
- All information on trains or buses needed to get to your first accommodation and back at the end of the tour
- Full backup service, should you require it, while on our tour
- Packed lunches
- Evening meals