24 February 2019
But what I want to talk about is the multi-days hike that goes all the way around this Dingle Peninsula : the Dingle Way.
The full length of the trail is 179kms. And the official way is leaving from Tralee (top north of the Peninsula), goes through Dingle by Anascaul, and then follow the full peninsula until you are back to Tralee.
‘One of Ireland’s most exciting bits of walking’ – Lonely Planet names seven Irish hikes among best in Europe
An article by Pól Ó Conghaile from the Independant.ieDingle Way and Ireland’s second-highest mountain are just two inclusions on the ‘Epic Hikes of Europe’ list"If you can’t see the top of Mount Brandon, it’s already raining up there. If you can see it, then it’s...
Remote Irish trail named on list of world’s most beautiful
An Article by Claire Concannon from Evoke - 28th July 2021 - Read ArticleThere are plenty of beautiful hikes around Ireland, but only some have that slight edge to be named as one of the most beautiful trails in the world.Kerry’s Dingle Way, far less known than the...
This weeks Peninsula Personality is Liadain Slattery, Walks Officer for the beautiful The Dingle Way, Slí Chorca Dhuibhne on
Facebook post from the Dingle Skellig Hotel - 28th April 2021 - Read PostThis week as we all now get to explore our amazing county, we are delighted to introduce Liadain Slattery, Walks Officer for the beautiful The Dingle Way, Slí Chorca Dhuibhne on this weeks...