Walk Corca Dhuibhne

The Dingle Peninsula boasts some of the most spectacular mountain and coastal scenery in Ireland.  It attracts climbers, walkers and trekkers from many parts of Ireland and overseas each year but still remains quiet and largely unspoilt.  There is a variety of walks available in the area, from more strenuous ridge walking to more gentle slopes, cliff and beach walks and many waymarked routes.  These walks are also of interest to the botanist and archaeologist for their wonderful variety of flora, fauna, archaeological and ecclesiastical sites.   The Kerry Way, and the the Dingle Way are internationally recognised waymarked routes.  Other waymarked routes, local and loop walks have been developed by local communities and maps and information about same are available in the tourist office in Dingle, at the local Museum in Ballyferriter, at the Blasket Island Centre in Dún Chaoin or at local offices. These walks include:

Cosán na Naomh / The Saints’ Path (Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne)

Siúlóid na Cille / The Way of St. Gobnait (Comharchumann Dhún Chaoin )

Siúlóid na hAille / Cliffside Walk (Meitheal Forbartha na Gaeltachta)

Cuas na nAe  / by Ferriter’s Cove (Meitheal Forbartha na Gaeltachta)

Slí Cholmáin  / St. Colman’s Way (Coiste Pobail Cheann Trá)