Dingle Way – Entire Walking Route, Maps and GPS, Kerry, Ireland
|County: Kerry Dingle Peninsula||Route Length (km): 176|
|Nearest town: Tralee||OS Map: 70, 71|
|Route shape: linear one-way||Route type: NWT - National Waymarked Trail|
|Grade/difficulty: Moderate||Duration: 64|
|Parking: Car park||Wheelchair friendly?: No|
|Family/child friendly?: No||Dog friendly?: No|
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The Dingle Peninsula much like the neighbouring Iveragh Peninsula can to be enjoyed on foot on the Dingle Way and by car and bike on the Dingle scenic driving and cycling route. Either way the peninsula is full of old world seaside towns and fishing villages, rich Irish Mythology and legend, archaeological sites, beaches and many many tourist attractions. From Megalithic stone circles to stone forts and neolithic sites, the Dingle Peninsula is thought to have more than 2,500 archaeological sites.
It is one of the most popular signposted hiking trails in Ireland and one of the worlds most spectacular and diverse walks taking 7 to 10 days to complete, crossing varied and spectacular terrain with overnight stops camping in this wild terrain or in the great towns and villages.
Typically the entire route is broken down into 8 key stages of approximate equal length or duration. We have also broken some of these longer stages into smaller parts to allow everyone irrespective of fitness or time available to experience one of the best and varied walks in Ireland.
Use our Map of Ireland and Sat Nav tool to get directions to any of the stage start points and our detailed maps and GPS on our ActiveME App to find and follow the walking route live on screen and keep on track. At all times, our maps and Apps should be used in conjunction proper map and compass navigation techniques. Feel free to send us your photos and add you own star rating, comments or suggestions below.