Dingle Peninsula Hike - 8 Day Self-Guided Tour

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There is so much to discover and conquer within ‘Dingle’ that it really has to be seen in all of its glory to be believed.  Because of its remote location – and lack of specialised agriculture – it is steeped in ancient Irish history and spectacularly shaped by the ravages of the Atlantic Ocean.  As you hike the Dingle Way (also known as the Kerry Camino) you will leave the county town of Tralee & follow to the southern shores to reach Dingle Bay, the magnificent Inch Beach and on to Dingle town.  Your return journey back to Tralee, takes you to the northern shores with the impressive Brandon range of mountains beckoning you as you discover more of the remarkable history that this land is so famous for.  We invite you to lose yourself in this magnificent landscape and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Ireland Walk Hire Bike Ltd

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Arrive in Tralee

Stop At: Tralee

Arrive to your first accommodation in Tralee where your holiday begins.

Day 2 Tralee to Camp Hike

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Follow the Dingle Way marked hiking trail from Tralee to the village of Camp along the foothills of the magnificent Slieve Mish Mountains. Total Distance: 19.2km | Total Ascent: 403m | Total Descent: 343m | Max Elevations: 124m

Duration: 4 hour

Day 3 Camp to Annascaul Hike

Stop At: Annascaul

Continue west through old peat bogs to reach the beautiful Inch Beach & continue from there to Annascaul village. Total Distance: 16.70km | Total Ascent: 357m | Total Descent: 392m | Max Elevations: 236m

Duration: 5 hour

Day 4 Annascaul to Dingle

Stop At: Dingle

Passing an old 16th Century Castle, todays route takes you through farmland & small country lanes to reach an old Military Road as you descend into Dingle town. Total Distance: 22km | Total Ascent: 492m | Total Descent: 506m | Max Elevations: 151m

Duration: 6 hour

Day 5 Slea Head Hike

Stop At: Dunquin

This is one of the most spectacular hikes in the country as you follow around the western tip of the Dingle Peninsula to reach Dunquinn. Total Distance: 18.10km | Total Ascent: 501m | Total Descent: 525m | Max Elevations: 178m

Day 6 Cuas to Cloghane

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Follow an old military track across the hills, passing an ancient Cross-Slab on the way, as you continue to the village of Cloghane. Total Distance: 17.30km | Total Ascent: 774m | Total Descent: 796m | Max Elevations: 655m

Duration: 5 hour

Day 7 Cloghane to Annascaul

Stop At: Annascaul

Today’s walk takes you over the central hills of the Dingle Peninsula as you follow an old farmer’s track to reach Annascaul village. Total Distance: 13.10km | Total Ascent: 480m | Total Descent: 499m | Max Elevations: 363m

Duration: 4 hour

Day 8 Departure

Stop At: Tralee

After your final hearty Irish Breakfast, you take the public bus from Annascaul back to Tralee town for your onward journey.
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