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    Dingle Way

    £12.99
    The Dingle Way runs 114 miles (183 km) around the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. It offers spectacular seascapes and mountain views. The peninsula is rich in wildlife, archaeology and charming Irish pubs. This edition has new large-scale maps, a handy narrow format and is on rainproof paper.
    ISBN: 9781898481898
    AuthorSandra Bardwell
    Pub Date19/07/2019
    Pages72
    Availability: In Stock

    The Dingle Way runs for 114 miles (183 km) around the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. It starts and finishes in Tralee, accessible by train or bus from Dublin and from Kerry Airport. The complete walk takes eight days, but it can easily be shortened. The Dingle Way follows country lanes, quiet roads and cliff-top paths, punctuated by long stretches of glorious beach walking. It offers spectacular seascapes and mountain views. The peninsula is rich in wildlife, archaeology and charming Irish pubs.



    This guidebook was fully revised in 2019 for route alterations and additional Gaelic place names. It contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on the Dingle Way: the Way in sections, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food and drink; concise background on prehistory, heritage and wildlife; information about climbing Mount Eagle and Mount Brandon; a special feature on the Blasket Islands; planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane; detailed mapping of the Dingle Way on 16 pages (scale 1:55,000); in full colour, with 70 photographs; and printed on rainproof paper throughout.

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    The Dingle Way runs for 114 miles (183 km) around the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. It starts and finishes in Tralee, accessible by train or bus from Dublin and from Kerry Airport. The complete walk takes eight days, but it can easily be shortened. The Dingle Way follows country lanes, quiet roads and cliff-top paths, punctuated by long stretches of glorious beach walking. It offers spectacular seascapes and mountain views. The peninsula is rich in wildlife, archaeology and charming Irish pubs.



    This guidebook was fully revised in 2019 for route alterations and additional Gaelic place names. It contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on the Dingle Way: the Way in sections, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food and drink; concise background on prehistory, heritage and wildlife; information about climbing Mount Eagle and Mount Brandon; a special feature on the Blasket Islands; planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane; detailed mapping of the Dingle Way on 16 pages (scale 1:55,000); in full colour, with 70 photographs; and printed on rainproof paper throughout.