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The hike up to Eask Tower was worth it for the great views! It was a bit cloudy, but we could still see quite a ways. Very nice farmer who owns the land & was very informative and friendly!! I’d recommend while in Dingle!
Eask Tower was easily atop our best memories while touring the Wild Atlantic Way. It was an off day with a bit of rain but we decided to follow the locals recommendations (always a good idea IMO). We arrived to find a small shed and...More
When you get to the trailhead parking it is part of a farm. At the little stone house you pay to park. 2 euros pp. We talked with the owners of the farm. They were delightful and charming. The views back to Dingle and out...More
You would never believe the amazing view that awaits you at the top of the hill where eask tower is located. Not only do you get to walk through a field of sheep, but when you get to the top you can see everything. Gorgeous...More
It was so much fun to walk through the sheep to climb to the top to Eask Tower. A little challenging if you aren’t used to climbing, be sure to wear good shoes. I was in no way prepared for the view from the top....More
Was intrigued by the description of getting to the tower so we drove up the one lane windy road almost getting run over by two large blue tractors to find this nice lady gesturing that we could park our car in her driveway since the...More
Short walk up mountain to see stunning vista's of the ocean, the bay and the mountains.
Greeted at the bottom by the farmer who's very friendly but even better was the friendly pooch who was both excited and happy. Just a wagging ball.
We went there on a sunny day and the view is amazing! There is a small fee per adult (2€). The owners are very nice. And you have access to some water to clean your shoes after for the mud and/or sheep poop. Walking in...More
I would go by and ask the land owner out of courtesy. There are farm sheep in fields, so the owner may want to know if you have a lead or that your dog is under good voice control. We did meet the lady of the property and... More
I would go by and ask the land owner out of courtesy. There are farm sheep in fields, so the owner may want to know if you have a lead or that your dog is under good voice control. We did meet the lady of the property and she was kind and graceful. I am sure if you ask, they may consider it!
Looking for Suggestions for Coastal Walks. (4 Replies)
Hello! My husband and I will visiting Ireland for the second time this May/June. We visited two years ago and absolutely fell in love with everything about the country, and so we can’t wait to visit again in a few months. Our plan for this trip is to simply relax and enjoy the people and countryside as much as possible; we have very few things scheduled ahead of our visit. We will be returning to Dingle for 3 nights, and we hope to enjoy some coastal walks while there (we hope to hike Mt....More
March 10, 2018|
hi, just off out birdwatching, will give it some thought for you!