Explore the Scenic Trails of Ireland

Dingle Way – 9 Day Trek

The Dingle Way, a 112 mile trek, is quickly becoming the most talked about long distance trail in Ireland. It’s not hard to understand why when you encounter its many archeological ruins, gorgeous green hillsides, breath taking peninsulas, and phenomenal beaches & cliff walks. To top it off, your day winds down into quaint Irish villages, with inviting B&B’s and cozy pubs where you can often enjoy lively traditional music. To view the 2020 group itinerary click here.

Next Group Treks:

• May 31 - June 11, 2021 (waiting list only)

• June 19 – June 30, 2021 (waiting list only)

 

If you are interested click here to complete group trek form, Sheri will followup with additional details and next steps.

Beara Way – 6 Day Group Scouting Trek

Of all the long distance walks in Ireland, the Beara Way offers perhaps the greatest escape from modern life. Even for the west of Ireland, Beara is a world apart and offers a tranquility and peacefulness that has long since vanished in other parts. The least populated and most intimate of the main Kerry and Cork peninsulas, the pace of life here is soon infectious. Kenmare, at the start of our trek, offers some of the finest restaurants and best traditional music in the west. The picturesque village of Eyeries and cultural hub of Allihies are perfectly situated, offering excellent stopover along the route. Further west, the dramatic beauty of Dursey Island, accessible by Ireland’s only cable car offers one of the most exciting day trips in Ireland. Castletownbeare, its largest town, is a working seaport with easy access to Bere Island, a wonderful Island offering unparalled views back to the main land.  (Thank you to Peter Galvin of Wonderful Ireland for this information.)

Next Group Trek:

• June 11 - June 18, 2021 (waiting list only)

 

If you are interested click here to complete group trek form, Sheri will followup with additional details and next steps.