Ireland is a beautiful place that offers variety of sceneries ranging from desolate and wild areas of the mountains to spectacular coastal drives, gentle pastoral landscape, watery ways and quiet inland lakes. This is a place where people are renowned for their utmost hospitality, good craic, conviviality, conversation and local beverages. Ireland offers hikes that will suit anyone.
10. The Slieve Bloom Way, Co. Laois & Co. Offaly
This is a 70 km route that covers wide circuit of isolated range of mountain in the central island that usually takes 2 days. The area provides panoramic views of bogland and not too strenuous hills.
9. The Carrauntoohil, Co. Kerry
Devils Ladder is the most famous route to Ireland’s highest mountain, even if it’s quite dangerous during wet weather. Tourists/walkers must scramble through wide gully which has slack boulders which can effortlessly dislodge. Return time takes 5 hours. If you’re an experienced walker, this destination is a must try.
8. Grand Canal Way, Co. Dublin
This flat canal side walk leads to westwards from Dublin outskirts through central plain to Shannon Harbour village covering 80-miles distance. This walk offers diversity of canal features, wildlife and beautiful villages. You can stop for a while and explore the island’s optimum monastic settlement in Clonmacnoise.
7. Burren Coastal Walk, Co. Clare
Apart from the stunning shoreline from the Black Head to Doonlin, walkers will also have to cross variety of terrains which includes beaches, sand dunes, limestone pavement all offering enjoyable walking among stones, rocks and grey walls. Moreover, you will also come across rare Arctic Alpine plants and seabirds in early summer and spring. This 5-hour walk can also take you to Fanore beach – “European Special Area of Conservation”.
6. Sawel Mountain, Co. Derry
Sperrin Mountains is a large expanse is in a thinly populated region of Tyrone. This walking covers heather, moorland and bog; this can take you to unobtrusive valleys and encounter birds and sheep.
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