Walking and Hiking in West Cork
Walking Weekend in West Cork
A walking weekend in west Cork would not be complete without visiting Gougane Barra and the Beara Peninsula.
Glengarriff, Gougane Barra, Beara Peninsula, Hungry Hill, Healy’s Pass, Bonane Heritage Park, Garnish Island, Glengarriff Nature Reserve.
The Beara Peninsula sits in the very south west of Ireland and has some of the countries most untouched and isolated places for great walks. The Peninsula Reaches out into the Atlantic sea offering panoramic views along its great shorelines and mountain tops.
Along with way, we will stop off in Gougane Barra National Park to hike the Sli na Sleibhe (The Mountain Way). We will be staying in the picturesque village of Glengarriff. The Beara Peninsula straddles between Cork and Kerry and is as rich in it’s history and archaeology as it is in its natural scenic beauty. The Caha and Sliabh Miskish Mountains, with their stunning views and rocky landscapes, makes for wonderful walking country.
- 2 nights BB with breakfast in the Glengarriff Park Hotel
- 1 Evening meal
- 3 Guided walks with qualified guides.
- Transport is also provided.
Available from the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street (Dublin) at 09:00am.
Or Balally Luas Stop at 09:30am
If you are making your own way, we will meet you in the Glengarriff Park Hotel at 14h00.
New Flexible Cancellation Policy:
If the tour is cancelled or you can’t do the tour due to the any COVID19 travel restrictions. You will get a full refund or we can postpone to another more suitable date, otherwise policy is as below.
- A cancellation fee of 100% applies for cancellations made less than 7 Days in advance, or in case of no-show.
- A cancellation fee of 50% applies for cancellations made less than 14 Days in advance.
- No cancellation fee applies for cancellations made 2 weeks or more in advance.