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Sunday afternoon

Nice ramble not too taxing. Think the walk past the graveyard around the hill and down the steep... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
via mobile
Even in the cloud and wet worth visiting

Huge sandy beach with wide vistas across Dingle Bay. Good parking and easy access to beach. Enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
Ian G
Chelmsford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Start the walk through the newish (2016) fairy forest. There is adequate parking and the going is on easy broad tracks. As the fairy forest comes to an end an indistinct track climbs steeply up through the trees to a stile over a fence. As...More

2  Thank Stephen O
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Nice ramble not too taxing. Think the walk past the graveyard around the hill and down the steep road to the beach is much more fun. If you have time.

Thank Tuppefun
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Huge sandy beach with wide vistas across Dingle Bay. Good parking and easy access to beach. Enjoyed watching the changing cloud and weather patterns, would be totally different on a sunny day!

Thank Ian G
Reviewed 27 September 2016

Put on your walking shoes. While not technically difficult or physically overly demanding, one would be advised to dress appropriately. Weather can change quickly and there are sections that are wet and a little rocky. We took our time and spent 3.5 hours on the...More

Thank monty4me
Reviewed 23 August 2016

We went over the hill from Rossbeigh to Glenbeigh. Tough start but when you get going on the second half of the first climb it gets easier. The views are beautiful. Pick your day carefully to get the best weather. It is a very steep...More

Thank Colm M
Reviewed 20 August 2016

If your attempting to do anything outside in Ireland during the winter or the summer - have boots and oils and you will not be dissapointed We had a lovely Hike to clear the head on a terrible blustery morning - looking down at the...More

Thank John O
Reviewed 23 January 2016

The weather wasn't great, but we were well dressed and the sea air was bracing. Fog came and went -- it's Ireland of course -- but the hour long hike cleared the cobwebs beautifully.

Thank robcurtross
Reviewed 6 April 2015

Lovely walk, tough terrain but the views on top of the hill are superb spanning the beach and the open ocean. Sitting on top and listening to the waves is someting I thorougly enjoy. Lots of nature around, plants and a few wild rabbits!

Thank Máiréad M
Reviewed 1 June 2014

Nothing to dislike--this walk has it all--vistas, expanses of meadows, close-ups of flora and fauna, and then the exhilarating walk with sea-views down to Rossbeigh Beach and back into town.

2  Thank bermane
Reviewed 21 August 2013

My sons tried to get to the top via the stone water runoff. Almost got to the top (bad rain), but enjoyed every minute. Great views and interaction with the sheep.

Thank Philip D
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