Our expert Guides will ensure you and your group see all the best hiking places in Ireland.
7 nights stay, 6 days hikes/ cycles
Participants need to have a good level of fitness & previous hiking/ cycling experience is recommended.
“Wonderful bikes, new, perfect bags and set for map and valuables. Nice variety of landscapes. Thankful.”
– Helen & Markus, Switzerland, 2015
Enjoy a magical Guided Kerry Hike & Bike tour with us taking in the very best parts of both the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. You will get to see what surely is the very best scenery in Ireland with us.
Kerry has so much to offer you as an active traveller, from the raw views out into the deep Atlantic Ocean, the Blasket Sound and Slea Head to the magnificent rolling hills of agricultural land to the stunning scenery of Killarney National Park, Torc Waterfall, Molls Gap and the Black Valley. Kerry is a true gem of history, culture and unforgettable scenery. Come and explore this magical land.
All dates for our Guided Tours are listed here.
Above pricing does not include single room supplement.
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You will meet your guide at your first accommodation in Dingle. Your holiday begins with a briefing to outline the week’s activities. We then kick off our Irish Adventure with a nice evening in Dingle where we will dine together in one of Dingle fabulous restaurants and have the opportunity to listen to traditional Irish Music. Overnight in Dingle.
Transfer to Brandon Creek which was the place St Brendan began his extraordinary journey to North American in the 6th Century. Hike from here along an old military road to the eastern side of the Brandon massif, finishing in the village of Cloghane. This is a remote but spectacular Hike – full of history and through country only accessible on foot. Following our hike we will return to Dingle for overnight.
Walk Details: Distance: 20kms. Duration: 5.5 hours. Max. Height: 650m. Grass Mountain tracks with some rocky sections. Gravel tracks and some road walking. Boots essential.
Heading west from Dingle you cycle via Ventry to Slea Head with its magnificent breath taking views across the Blasket Sound to the famous Blasket Islands. A visit to the Blasket Interpretive Centre will introduce you to live on the Islands which were last inhabited in the 1950’s. From here you cycle on to Dunquinn and Ballyferriter visiting some of the ancient sites dating back to 2,500 BC on your way back to Dingle for the evening.
Today’s Cycle Distance: 42kms/ 26mi.
A wonderful Hike along the Dingle Peninsula from North to South, following a spectacular old farmer’s track. You walk over the plateau, passing a deserted famine village and Annascaul Lake on the way. You descend into the village of Annascaul once home to the legendary Antarctic explorer Tom Crean. Following our walk we will continue onto Killarney for our overnight
Walk Details: Distance: 18 kms. Duration: 5 hours. Max. Height: 375m. Grass mountain tracks with some rocky sections; can be damp. Boots recommended.
Today we take a nice comfortable cycle through the Killarney National Park around one on the famous 3 Lakes of Killarney finishing at the 19th Century Muckross House with the chance to tour this wonderful 19th century house also possible is a visit to Muckross traditional farms where you can see a replica of an Irish 19th Century working farm. After our day exploring this wonderful Park we cycle back to Killarney stop at the wonderful Muckross abbey and Ross Castle to ensure you are immersed in the rich history of the Killarney region. Overnight in Killarney.
Today’s Cycle Distance: 26kms/ 13mi.
Today’s adventure begins from Molls Gap overlooking the Killarney National Park, We descend into the Black Valley and on to Conquer the Gap of Dunloe. With some climbing to do today it will be a challenging ride but your reward is an experience like no other weaving your way through this jagged landscape of vertical Glaciated valleys and glistening mountain lakes. You return to Killarney for your overnight.
Today’s Cycle Distance: 36kms/ 23mi.
We will start our hike today from the South side of the Mcgillicuddy Reeks which is Ireland’s highest mountain range. From here you walk across the Killarney National Park and through Esknamucky Glen to the beautiful Torc Waterfall. This is a glorious walk, giving you an opportunity to see some of Ireland’s native red deer and possibly White Tailed Eagles as you walk. Following our Walk we will transfer back to Killarney for our overnight.
Walk Details: Distance: 22kms. Duration: 6 hours. Max. Height: 400m. Mountain tracks and green roads. Can be wet underfoot – boots essential.
Departure after breakfast.