Welcome to Wild Irish Walks
We really are blessed to have some of the most amazing scenery in the world in Ireland. This website will give you some useful information and an idea of what to expect from some of Ireland’s most scenic through hikes and day hikes.
It will also give you some insight into my own personal experiences of these truly beautiful walks.
Wild Irish Walks Blog
The Blog section of this website will provide day by day guides for Through Hikes as well as packing information, accommodation details and anything that I think will help you prepare if you thinking on embarking on a similar experience.
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Accommodation Ballyvaughan Bridge Cairn Canal Clare Cliffs Clonegal County Top Deer Doolin Dublin Enniskerry Family Ferry Fitness Forest Glenmalure Guinness Heron Hill Island Kinnegad Lighthouse Looped Walk Luggage Marlay Park Mountain Moyne Portmagee River Roundwood Royal Canal Royal Canal Way Shillelagh Skellig Michael stream The Burren Way Through Hike valley Views Waterfall Wicklow Wicklow Way Wild Atlantic Way
I will also blog about some of the beautiful day hikes that I regularly enjoy throughout Ireland. I really hope you enjoy reading about my experiences! All views in the blog are my own but I will provide some useful links in each of the blog posts to help you research each particular hike further.
Here are some of my latest posts. I hope you enjoy them!
- Mizen HeadVisiting Mizen Head is a wonderful day-trip. The peninsula is probably most well known as being the most southerly point […]
- Dursey Island LoopI’ve been writing a lot about islands lately. My most recent post was all about Garinish Island. Before that I […]
- Garinish IslandGarinish Island (also known as Ilnacullin) is a 37 acre garden island located in Bantry Bay off the coast of […]
Tunes to walk to….
A fantastic resource for walking in Ireland is the Discover Ireland website. It has some useful info on major walking options in Ireland.
I really like the Sport Ireland site which allows you to search walks in Ireland by County, Grade and Length.
It’s so important to respect nature as we enjoy it. The principles of “Leave no Trace” are a cornerstone of this philosophy.
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