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Ireland North to South Hiking

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Ireland North to South Hiking
Ireland's legendary "Wild Atlantic Way" runs the length of the country, from the northernmost point at Inishowen Peninsula to Mizen Head in the south. On this epic Ireland hiking tour, traverse the most spectacular 70 miles of the 400-mile route. Walk along dramatic clifftops and white-sand beaches, taking in Ireland's iconic sites, including the Giant's Causeway, Donegal Town, the Aran Islands, the Cliffs of Moher, Dingle, and the Lakes of Killarney. With warm Irish hospitality, resident guides and a pint waiting at the end of each day, you may never want to go home!
  • Hike the most stunning 70 miles of Ireland's famous 400-mile Wild Atlantic Way
  • Witness Lonely Planet's top 2018 destination-the Giant's Causeway, with its awe-inspiring cliffs
  • Spend days exploring Ireland's jaw-dropping landscapes, quaint fishing villages, and vibrant pub culture

Minimum Age: 18
  • Adventure and Active
  • Educational and Learning
About MT Sobek
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This is where adventure travel began! Since our first Everest Base Camp trek in 1969, we’ve been connecting adventurers to the world through genuine, active and immersive experiences. We can’t think of anything more fulfilling than being outside and going deep into nature, exploring hidden places and getting to know local people. It’s what we love to do, so let us share it with you.

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Day Destination
1 Arrive in Dublin & Transfer to Derry
2 Reach the Giant's Causeway
3 Hike the Inishowen Peninsula
4 Knocknarea and Queen Maeve’s Grave
5 Climb to the Summit of Croagh Patrick
6 Discover Killary Harbor & Kylemore Abbey
7 Explore the Aran Islands
8 See the Cliffs of Moher
9 Marvel at Mount Brandon
10 Walk Around Slea Head Along the Dingle Way
11 Explore the Lakes of Killarney & Torc Mountain
12 Adare Village & Transfer to Dublin
Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.