Dingle Way

The Dingle Way

National Geographic Traveller describes south west Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula as “the most beautiful place on earth”. The Dingle Way’s 180 km takes walkers through arguably the most impressive and richest archaeological heritage of all the Emerald Isle’s national trails.

The official start of the Way is in Tralee, gateway to the Dingle Peninsula. Soon you’ll be striding out across wild moorland cloaked in heather and abundant in wild flowers. Hike past small villages and along coastal routes with outstanding golden beaches. Highlights include a stay in the charming town of Dingle and the village of Dunquin, which overlooks the Blasket Islands. See ruined castles and forts, clochans or ‘beehive huts’ that date back to 6000BC and a host of ancient standing stones. 
Public list
outdooractive.com User
List created by
Sally Thompson
updated on: December 12, 2017
Responsible for this content
Macs Adventure Verified partner  Explorers Choice 

Viewing format
Hiking trail · Ireland

Tralee to Camp

December 12, 2017
moderate
19.5 km
5:08 h
313 m
253 m
From Tralee the official start of the Dingle Way, you'll follow minor roads, canal paths, and cross open fields and moorland to travel further ...
3
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Camp to Annascaul

December 12, 2017
moderate
16.8 km
5:00 h
305 m
343 m
Walk across moorland and farmland, along minor roads and tracks. You'll cross from Tralee Bay in the north to the southern end of the Dingle ...
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Annascaul to Dingle

December 12, 2017
moderate
22.6 km
5:30 h
443 m
468 m
From Annascaul walk west, along meandering country roads with views to the Iveragh Peninsula as you get closer to the heart of the Dingle Peninsula. 
1
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Dingle to Dunquin

December 12, 2017
difficult
22.5 km
6:15 h
485 m
455 m
On this section venture towards Ventry for some beach walking, then continue onto the one of the wildest outposts along the Dingle Peninsula. 
3
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Dunquin to Ballydavid

December 12, 2017
moderate
21.1 km
5:00 h
238 m
262 m
Today the path leads you along beaches, cliff-tops and some minor roads with the excellent views along the Dingle Peninsula.  
2
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Ballydavid to Cloghane

December 12, 2017
difficult
25.7 km
7:30 h
879 m
875 m
On the far reaches of the Dingle Peninsula, this strenuous section takes you from mountain top and down to the bay before walking to the village ...
from Lisanne Cheizoo,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Ireland

Cloghane to Castlegregory

December 12, 2017
moderate
26.9 km
6:30 h
41 m
52 m
This, the longest walk of the Dingle Way, is somewhat of a reward after a strenuous previous section. Enjoy walking along Ireland's longest beach ...
from Callum Broad,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail

Castlegregory to Camp

December 12, 2017
easy
10.5 km
2:30 h
76 m
10 m
The last link in the circular Dingle Way route, the section between Castlegregory and Camp is short and relatively straightforward. 
from Callum Broad,   Macs Adventure