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Top Irish hiking trails 2019

Ireland is a fabulous location for hiking. Travel through the gorgeous green landscape, quaint villages and cultural cities along some of the nicest walking trails in the world. 2019 promises to be another fabulous year for hiker visiting Ireland.

The state is investing in walking and cycling trails, planning to make them even better. With this in mind, we’ve picked our top four hiking trails for Ireland in 2019;

The Wicklow Way

The Wicklow Way is a stunning trail that finishes in the capital city of Dublin. Wicklow is known for its hilly landscape and charming nature. Spend an extra night in Dublin at the end of the tour and experience all the city has to offer.

The Kerry Camino

In times past, Dingle was a major starting point for Irish pilgrims on the3 Camino de Santiago. The Kerry Camino is a 58km walk from Tralee to Dingle that can be completed in just 3 days. Tralee is a highlight here, famous for The Rose of Tralee festival.

The Causeway Coast Way

The Giants Causeway is one of the world’s most unique landscapes. There are many legends as to how it was formed, from the sublime to the ridiculous. You will hear them all when walking the Causeway Coast Way. The trail passes through Glengarriff National park, home to over 1000 hectares of mature woodland with lakes, outdoor recreation spaces and areas of conservation.

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The Burren Way

Another famous landscape, The Burren, is located in County Claree. This famous hiking trail, The Burren Way,  follows the magnificent Cliffs of Moher. Walking from Lahinch to Coirofin you will visit some Gaeltacht(Irish Speaking) regions and experience the famous ‘Irish welcome’.

*Book your 2019 Irish adventure now and get 10% off with our early bird offer. Be quick, this offer expires on 31st December 2018.

For more information on any of our walking or cycling tours please contact the travel specialists.


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