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Discover the most beautiful place on earth with Dingle Guided Walks. Breathtaking scenery, Archaelogical Sites and great fun.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed May 14, 2015

We started and ended our Dingle Way running adventure from Camp, deciding to bypass Tralee to shorten the trip. We used Tailor Made tours to arrange the B&B's for us along the way and the taxi between Tralee airport and Camp. Deidre also arranged for...More

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Reviewed May 15, 2016 via mobile

Saturday walked this 11 mile foot trail from Tralee to Camp. This part of the Dingle Way walking route is disappointing. Trail is poorly maintained. My recommendation is to start the Dingle Way walk in Camp rather than Tralee.

3  Thank Kim R
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A magnificent part of Ireland to enjoy the stunning views of the sea. I was in complete awe. Luckily my driver had an Irish driver's license. To be honest, I doubt I could enjoy the views if I had to worry about driving on the...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The drive into Dingle shows you fields, beaches, mountains, towns, rivers, stone bridges.... And then you get there, and you have Slea Head Dr. The only drive I can say rivals 17-mile drive in California near Big Sur. You have beaches, views, history, food, shopping........More

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Reviewed September 18, 2018

Dingle was by far the most beautiful of the five big peninsulas in the south-west corner of Ireland. This Way is an example of the beauty of it.

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Reviewed September 14, 2018 via mobile

Walking along the Dingle Peninsula delivered spectacular vistas and views, close access to ancient sites, interactions with people from smaller towns and the camaraderie of fellow hikers from all over the world. As in most pursuits, little of value is gained without some investment. Hiking...More

2  Thank LMShr
Reviewed September 10, 2018

Great hiking area with quaint little towns to stay in and visit along the way. Very nice locals and lovely scenery.

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Reviewed September 8, 2018

We drove the Dingle Peninsula portion of the Wild Atlantic Way on a wet cold day but can recommend it anyway. Roads are narrow in parts but just need to take care, plenty of lay-bys. Can imagine it being magnificent on a sunny day. There...More

Thank Wendy W
Reviewed August 5, 2018 via mobile

Husband and I did an out and back hike on a small portion of the Dingle way. Highly recommend taking in the beautiful scenery this way. We hiked out and back from the Stonehouse, where they let us leave our car, to coumeenole. Took about...More

Thank HCB_11
Reviewed August 1, 2018

My husband and I hiked The Dingle Way, beginning and ending in Tralee, over 10 days. We hiked on our own, but booked through Hillwalk Tours as they arrange the B&B lodging along the way and move our big luggage from place to place so...More

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Reviewed July 11, 2018

We walked from Camp to The Maharees via Dunquin over six days. Plenty of walking on small country roads over the first three legs, with more hill and mountain track variety over the closing three stages. We booked hostel and B&B accommodation well in advance...More

1  Thank Stephen G
Reviewed July 8, 2018

I am assuming the Dingle Way is the circuit of the Dingle Peninsula. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Ireland and is an important highlight of our visit to Ireland. See my separate review of Connor Pass and the Slea View drive....More

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LMFTea
February 6, 2017|
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Response from HillwalkAlex |
Hey, Yes clockwise is a good idea - you could walk from Tralee to Dingle in 3 days, stopping in Camp and Annascaul along the way. It's between 11 and 13 miles for each of these sections so not too short or not too long! I... More
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October 26, 2016|
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Response from Fiona S | Reviewed this property |
Hi marg f, i've never heard about that and i'm not sure if something like that exists. But i advise to ask the b&bs/guesthouses/pubs where u will sleep, if they could do something for u. I made the experience that the people... More
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October 17, 2016|
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Response from mistravel | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am seeing your question for the first time tonight. Do you still need info on this? My initial thought is it is similar to Lake District in bad weather. Very steep and slippery. They have marked the front side
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