& so much more….
The Burren Way begins in Liscannor and runs for around 114 kms .It crosses a unique Karst limestone landscape and when you reach the famous Cliffs of Moher and gaze out on the vast Atlantic ocean beyond you really do get that sense of standing in a place that has next stop – America !
Flora, Fauna, history and heritage really abound here. The cracked limestone pavements of the Burren create unique environmental conditions where rare wildflowers flourish.
This is a real pocket of archaeologically significant remnants from Neolithic Dolmens to Iron age Stone forts and early Christian sites.
The views from the high point of Mullaghmore are magnificent.
A mix of quiet country road, paths, forestry tracks and ancient cattle droving routes.
Highlights on this trip include:
Our Moderate Hiking Tours are designed with the not so regular hiker in mind or for that matter the regular hiker who just wants to set an easy pace.
Average Daily Hike: 16 – 19 km (7 – 10 Miles)
Average Daily Hiking Time: 4 – 6 hours
Our Challenging Hiking Tours are designed with the not so regular hiker in mind or for that matter the regular hiker who just wants to set an easy pace.
Average Daily Hike: 22 – 28 km (14 – 18 Miles)
Average Daily Hiking Time: 6 – 9 hours
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Iconic 7th Century Monastic site of Glendalough, Glenmalure Valley - Historic battle site and stunning U-shaped glacial valley, Explore Dublin city, Picturesque Lough Tay (The Guinness lake), Lough Dan and the lakes of Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains , Dublin Mountains, and so much more.
Traditional Irish Music, Irish speaking ‘Gaeltacht’ areas., Star Wars movie location, National geographic traveller magazine most beautiful place on earth, Archaeological and historical points of interest, Inch Beach , Conor Pass , Annascaul Lake, Part of the Wild Atlantic Way, and so much more.
Glenariff forest park and the Glens of Antrim, Quaint villages, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge , Dunseverick Castle ruin, Game of Thrones filming locations, Bushmills oldest distillery in the world, Rathlin Island, Giants Causeway UNESCO world heritage site, Relatively flat Coastal walk for much of the way, and so much more.