The Dingle Way Trek is one of Irelands most cherished long distance trekking trails. This 111 - mile trail, runs along the coastline of the Wild Atlantic Ocean. It boasts amazing coastal scenery with beautiful long sandy beach walks, aqua-blue colored ocean water and dramatic cliffs. Shades of green abound as it does rain a wee bit in this area! Sheep roaming the land are a constant along the way and a petting farm where the animals roam over an old ring-fort is right next to the trail.
The trail is rich with history - along the way you will see old famine houses, bee hive huts known as Clochans, standing stones with Ogham alphabet characters carved into the side of the stone, and ruins of a castle romantically positioned over-looking the water.
The trail takes the trekker from one small Irish village to the next where B&B’s, small hotels and a few hostels keep trekkers warm at night. Local bands playing Irish music are found in many of the pubs along the way especially in Dingle.
In this seminar, Sheri Goodwin of Transformational Journeys will share photos and stories of her latest trekking adventure along This Dingle Way Trek. You will learn the route, when to go, B&B’s along the way, fun pubs, ways to make the trek even better and how best to prepare for this transforming trekking adventure! You will also learn about a 20km trail along the Cliffs of Moher and how to find day hikes along the rocky barren land called The Burrens, which are rich in history, flora and fauna.