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What is the Wicklow Way?
The Wicklow Way is one of the most scenic, popular, and oldest way-marked walking routes in Ireland. Recently, the Wicklow Way was voted Irish Walking Trail of the Year 2020 by over a thousand surveyed Irish walkers. What is the
Must See: The Giant’s Causeway
The Giant’s Causeway is a truly marvellous, one of a kind landscape. You will pass it when traveling on the brilliant Causeway Coast Way. Throughout time whispers of magic and sorcery spread throughout the region, claiming that the causeway was
3 beautiful hikes in Ireland to experience this Autumn
Autumn brings its own share of beauty to the land with its range of vibrant colours. Summer might be nearly over but your hiking days are only beginning! We’ve picked 3 beautiful hikes in Ireland to get you back on
5 Reasons why we love the Kerry Way
Ok, so if you know anything about hiking or cycling in Ireland you’ve heard of The Kerry Way. This majestic region is the perfect blend of remote nature and bustling towns. If you’ve not visited Kerry you’re missing out on
What is the Dingle Way?
The Dingle Way is a 162-kilometre looped walk around the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry. It starts and finishes in Tralee and takes in stunning seascapes, mountain trails, quiet country lanes and green roads. The peninsula is also home to
3 Easy Hiking Trails For Beginners
You don’t have to be super fit or even a regular gym-goer to embark on a hiking holiday as long as you pick the right trail. With shorter distances per day and less undulating terrain you still have the chance