Randonnée pédestre dans les montagnes en Irlande avec pluie et arc-en-ciel au loin
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Hiker with map, Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland
Slieve League, Irelands highest sea cliffs, located in south west Donegal along this magnificent costal driving route. One of the most popular stops at Wild Atlantic Way route, Co Donegal, Ireland.

Hike the lush Irish countryside


Ireland lives up to its nickname, the Emerald Isle. A walk in the Irish countryside is never monotonous thanks to its intense green landscapes studded with old stones. Take advantage by asking your local agent to recommend a hike based on your preferences.

In the southwestern part of the country, the Ring of Kerry circles the Iveragh Peninsula whose cliffs, forests, and mountains offer a concentrated taste of all that Ireland's countryside has to offer. The Ring of Kerry is also equipped with a footpath, making it a real playground for hikers. Set off on a nine-day trek or hike only part of the way. If you’re looking for a challenge, the summit of Mangerton Mountain in County Kerry awaits you at an altitude of 2,753 feet.

For a slice of tranquility, head north to the mountainous Clare Island. Home to only 150 inhabitants, it boasts plenty of walking paths. Opt for a stay in a small cottage or an unusual accommodation option, a lighthouse. If you're not far from Dublin, stay in the glacial Glendalough Valley in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park and hike among the peat bogs, waterfalls, lakes, and forests.

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