The Dingle Way is a long distance walking route of appx 111 miles (179 km), which follows old tracks, mountain trails and green roads, often along the foothills of the mountains and it goes around the whole of the Dingle Peninsula.
The Dingle Way makes a circuit of the Dingle Peninsula from and back to Tralee. The route is mostly along fairly easy paths, tracks and minor roads, but there is one high-level stretch crossing the saddle of Mt. Brandon Range.
Sea views are with you all the way, as you travel in an area said to have the greatest concentration of archaeological sites in Ireland.
The extent of laneways/surfaced by-roads makes the route particularly suitable for walking all year round.
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