Hiking Trails and Trips in IrelandBelow are popular Hiking guides and trips in Ireland that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
A beautiful 6km walking trail incorporating hill-top views and a megalithic tomb.
Exploring the prehistoric ruins of the Dublin Mountains
Keeper Hill (694m) is the highest peak in the Shannon Region and offers majestic views of the surrounding countryside
Small Hills, Big Views in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains.
With breathtaking scenery and fascinating heritage, this is one of Ireland's greatest lakeside long distance walks
Your essential guide to Ireland's most beautiful county.
Enjoy stunning scenery as you follow the clifftop paths around the Howth peninsula.
A magical walk in the heart of East Clare, passing by megalithic tombs, ancient tumbledown houses and mossy hazel groves
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A full day in the Glendalough valley visiting the historic ruins and enjoying the beautiful scenery
Be guided and enchanted over the magnificent hills of South Donegal.
A short challenging hike up a well know Wicklow mountain, taking in some fantastic views of Lough Tay.
Daytrips from Dublin easily reached by rail
Follow these points of literary interest and take in the rich heritage of this beautiful part of Mayo.
This forest walk loop explores a beautiful part of Tipperary's Silvermines Mountains
A pleasant 9km forest loop around the shoulders of Keeper Hill, Co. Tipperary
This 5.6km loop walk ascends along forest paths to a height of 270m, offering spectacular views of Lough Derg
Walk by lakeshore, riverbank & through forest and enjoy splendid views of Lough Graney and the surrounding countryside
At over 175km in length, the magnificent East Clare Way explores the diverse scenery and rugged beauty of East Clare
This Loop Walk follows minor roads and laneways to ascend Tountinna (459m) where breathtaking views of Lough Derg await