Explore the Wicklow Mountains, the beautiful Irish National Parks, and the rugged and stunning coastlines of Ireland on an exciting hiking adventure. Enjoy the bright greens, glittering blues and fiery skies of this awe-inspiring country in Europe with one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com.
7-day Walking Tour of Southern Ireland through the Gap of Dunloe
8-day Walking Tour Through the Burren National Park and Western Ireland
9-day Walking Tour of Northern Irish Coast to Giant’s Causeway
What should I know about Hiking Ireland?
Ireland is a top hiking destination. Glendalough is close to Dublin and home to Wicklow mountains. Cronin’s Yard in Count Kerry is the starting point to climb the Carrauntohill, which is the highest mountain on the island at an altitude of 1,038.6 m (3,407 ft). Then, there are many National Parks including the Burren, in County Clare, which is famous for its karst landscapes. Whichever your preference and level, you will find the perfect hiking adventure for you in Ireland. Let one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com show you the wonders of this awe-inspiring hiking location!
Why should I choose Ireland for my Hiking adventure?
Ireland gets its nickname "the emerald isle" due to the impressive greens of its beautiful landscapes. Hiking is a great way to catch sight of all of the island's hues, and perhaps, of a leprechaun!
The Irish coastline is lined in rugged cliffs under which the water sparkles and adds yet another color to the hiking experience.
The craic is an Irish concept of fun (which the locals take very seriously), and you will have the chance to experience it after a long day of hiking.
What can I expect from the weather in Ireland?
The Irish weather is mild and humid, with a lot of rain showers year-round and occasional snowfalls in the winter, mostly in the Wicklow Mountains.
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How can I get to Ireland?
You can get to Ireland by plane, ferry, bus or train.
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What’s the high season for Hiking in Ireland?
During the warmer months between May and October.
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