Along the Wild Atlantic Way
This active trip shows you some of the most beautiful parts of Ireland on foot and by bicycle. Explore Killarney National Park as you hike the old Kenmare road and cycle the glaciated valleys of the stunning Gap of Dunloe. Next, transfer to Dingle, the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula where breathtaking views and splendid seascapes await as you bike to Slea Head, explore Great Blasket Island on two wheels, or hike a spectacular old farmer's track across the peninsula.
Activity / Theme
Bicycle, on foot, boat, vehicle transfers
Bed and breakfasts
Adventure Coordinators insider tip:
Slea Head is one of the most scenic roads I have ever been on. Narrow roads hug cliffs dropping into the Wild Atlantic, giving access to incredible ocean views.
DAY 1 Start in Killarney
DAY 2 Cycle to Ross Castle, boat trip on Lakes of Killarney, bike Gap of Dunloe
DAY 3 Hike the old Kenmare road through Esknamucky Glen to Torc Waterfall
DAY 4 Transfer to Dingle, optional hike from Annascaul to Dingle
DAY 5 Choice of cycling route: Slea Head or Great Blasket Island
DAY 6 Cycle to Ballydavid and Brandon Creek
DAY 7 Walk the Dingle Peninsula to Annascaul Lake and Annascaul
DAY 8 End Annascaul
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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