Cork has a number of excellent walking routes with many diverse way marked routes and hikes available over lots of different terrain such as road ways, forestry trails, bog roads, cliff walks, moorland and more. You will get to experience some of Irelands ancient history along these routes, coming across some of Ireland's ancient holy wells, still visited and respected, standing stones, ring forts, cairns, and ancient monuments, all leaving a trail of Ireland's past.
Hoping you enjoy your Walking Experience in Cork City and County, and just to follow the usual safety rules, taking a mobile phone, map of the area, compass, proper clothing and waterproofs, walking shoes, necessary food and water. Checking the weather before setting out, allowing enough time to complete the walk at a safe pace in daylight hours.
You can enjoy some of West Corks most stunning coastal views, planning your route with a guide or just exploring the many way marked ways yourself. Ranging from the Beara Way, exploring Adrigole, Castletownbere, Allihies, Eyeries and Ardgroom and Bere Island. West Cork walking options include guides from Hillside Walks or West Cork Walks these guides cover routes such as Bantry House grounds, Kilcrohane, Dunmanus Bay, Durrus and Ahakista, the Sheeps Head Walk Way, Mizen Head Peninsula and Whiddy Island. Also covered will be the Beara Peninsula, Glengarriff and Kenmare.Two Walking Guide services available above for more information, covering the West Cork area. Also to be enjoyed are the walking routes around Gougane Barra, Inchigeela, Macroom, Ballyvourney and Ballingeary, in the beautiful Lee Valley, some beautiful countryside.
Hillside Walks on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula in West Cork will guide you on a West Cork Hillwalking Holiday in West Cork and especially on the beautiful Sheep’s Head coast line in Ireland, check here for more details.
West Cork Walks walking guide which offers self guide and special guided walking holiday tours on the Beara Peninsula area in West Cork, Ireland. Our walking tours are slow climbing with a safe mountaineering plan staying away from steep scrambling ground. Here your friendly guide can tailor make a personal mountaineering experience visiting some stunning locations in West Cork that are off the beaten track, offering classic views of the stunning Irish landscape.