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There are many different wonderful hiking trails in Ireland, each one with its own beauty, history and uniqueness:
Hiking trails in the West coast of Ireland:
The Kerry Way
Starting and finishing in the town of Killarney, this superb hiking trail takes walkers to the famous Ring of Kerry.
The Dingle Way
Get acquainted with Fungi, Dingle’s famous resident dolphin, before exploring the wonderful Dingle Peninsula and finishing in Tralee, famous for the Rose of Tralee festival.
Those looking for a short break can start in Tralee and finish in St James Church, Dingle, hiking the Kerry Camino.
The Burren Way
This walking trail takes you across the heart of The Burren, one of Ireland’s most iconic landscapes; as well as the Cliffs of Moher, one of the highest in Europe.
Hiking trails in Ireland’s Ancient East and Northern Ireland:
The Wicklow Way
Ireland’s classic mountain trail from the heart of the Wicklow Mountains to the bright lights of Dublin city.
The Causeway Coast Way
Explore the glens of Antrim, visiting the impressive UNESCO-listed Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
The Barrow Way
A 70km-long easy trail following the Barrow River across lush countryside, dotted with impressive abbeys.
If you need advice on any of our superb hiking trails in Ireland and to book your trip, talk to our travel specialists
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