Croagh Patrick is a peak steeped in history, religion and mythology. At 764m high and offering breathtaking views across Clew Bay it’s also a rite of passage for hiking enthusiasts.
Going for a hike in Cork? Here are the best routes to choose from. From the 5km to the 200km, we've got something for all abilities.
There are an abundance of great hikes near Dublin. From coastal strolls to more strenuous hikes, Dublin has something for every level of fitness.
Welcome to Northern Ireland’s highest peak (850m), towering above the magical Mourne Mountains, the town of Newcastle and the deep blue Irish Sea.
Scrumptious food, epic views, a hidden beach and buckets of fresh sea air on Achill island – seriously what are you waiting for?!
Follow Anthony Finn on his favourite trail run through the Wicklow Mountains for breathtaking views of Lough Firrib and moments of serenity like no other.
The Galtees stretch over 20km from Mitchelstown to Caher (also known as Cahir) and offer a myriad of hiking options with fantastic views.
Follow Jane O’Brien’s favourite route along the coast of Kenmare, stopping for spectacular views of the Caha mountains and sprawling green gardens in Lauragh.
Working in the city but eager to make the most of the long summer evenings? Getting out on the water is a great way to unwind after a long day and there’s no better place for it than Dublin.
This 27km route in the heart of Wicklow will challenge even the fittest trail runners, however it will reward with breathtaking views.