Looking to start hiking? These five Irish hiking routes are perfect for beginners and all levels of fitness.
Lenny Antonelli takes a 10-hour hike along the Bangor Trail in Mayo and reveals in one of Ireland’s last true stretches of wilderness.
Leave everyday life behind and let yourself be transported to a heavenly place with white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and glorious peace and quiet.
Ireland should be renamed the adventure capital of Europe. For such a tiny island, there are so many incredible outdoor activities on offer.
Lug as it’s affectionately known is Wicklow’s highest mountain at 925m and is a tough but really rewarding climb. It’s a great tick off the bucket list of Ireland’s most iconic mountains but needs to be approached with some caution.
Co Clare is a winner on all fronts – amazing views, great pubs, scrumptious seafood and so many fun activities to choose from – seriously what’s not to love?!
Carrauntoohil is Ireland’s highest mountain at a height of 1039m. It’s a challenging climb, but it’s also truly magnificent. Here is everything you need to know before you set off.
Paddling the Blackwater river offers everything from serene and tranquil river water to high-intensity white waters. The solitude and wonderful displays of wildlife make for a fantastic place to canoe.
Home to Ireland's lowest corry and a magnificent hidden beach, hiking to Annagh Bay has to be one of Ireland's most rewarding routes.
The weekend is looming and if you’ve found yourself with nothing to do, grab a few friends and take to the open road for some incredible scenery, food/pints galore and a dip in the ocean.