Be sure to participate in any parts of the Dingle Way, Whether for 10 minutes to 4 hours treks. The scenery and the magic of The Dingle Way is spectacular
The landscape is really diverse where the mountains can be quite barren but over the next crest the views of the ocean and the green fields brings various emotional highs. Getting out and being close to nature and seeing the beauty of grazing cows or ducks flying over head makes the Dingle way immense in terms of the total Bio Diversity that it has in abundance and on offer.
The Dingle way will navigate along the Slieve Mish mountains from Tralee where at Camp one can travel toward Cloghane by staying on the north of the peninsula or head from Annascaul by travelling through the Slieve Mish.
Don’t be afraid of the weather. Yes it is windy and wet but the climate is temperate and the showers only last 10-15 minutes at a time, and if longer then there is an abundance of cafes and restaurants that you can hide out in. The main thing is that you are fit and have the physical endurance to undertake such walks. However most walkers know that they will be out for several hours and they should be dressed accordingly or at least have enough food and clothing in their knap sacks when needed. The outings can be as longs or as short as you wish.
The trail is roughly 180 km long and would take about 7/8 days if completed in full. The Dingle way has many walking trails which navigate the peninsula between Tralee and Dunquin / Bally David.