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Festivals > Festivals and Events > Dingle Walking Festival

Dingle Walking Festival

2022 Date to be Confirmed.
Running from 15th - 17th May 2020 (Cancelled Due To Covid-19 Restrictions )
Meeting Point/Registration for all Events: Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, the local secondary school, situated on the Spa Road towards Conor Pass, opposite Lidl supermarket. Festival membership to cover two or more walks €35.

The Dingle Walking Festival is held at Europe’s most westerly point, the stunning Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. This Gaeltacht region is such a unique setting with its unrivalled natural beauty, breath-taking scenery and abundant heritage and archaeological sites. The peninsula is one of the best walking destinations in the world due to its fantastic range of varied landscapes, including mountainous terrains, magnificent valleys and stunning coastal routes.

Three Day Event

Dingle Walking FestivalThe Dingle Walking festival is suitable for people of all ages and of all levels, so regardless of whether you have no walking experience or you are a hiking fanatic, there will be a fitting route. The three-day event is very well organised, with each day having its own choice of walking routes. The festival kicks off with a two-hour low-level looped walk from Dingle town. Starting time is 5.30pm and the walk takes in some of the stunning Dingle Way. Cover charge is €10. On Saturday and Sunday, there is a selection of three walks depending on your walking capabilities, with an easy, moderate and difficult trail on offer.

Explore Dingle's Magic

Dingle Walking FestivalThe Dingle Peninsula is a haven of natural beauty and this festival is the perfect opportunity to explore its magic, be that from the peak of Brandon Mountain, in the depths of the glens or on a simple looped walk through the area. Each walk is led by an experienced local so you will be in safe hands. There is no prior notification necessary to take part in the festival but make sure not to forget your hiking boots and raingear!

Why not choose to stay in a Kerry B&B while visiting the area? Bed and breakfast accommodation acts as the ideal touring base and you can look forward to coming back to friendly hosts, comfortable surroundings and delicious food after a busy day walking! What’s more, you can even opt for a Walkers Welcome B&B where there will be storage facilities for all your gear or a Gaeltacht B&B for the full Irish experience!

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