Clare Coastal Walk Project

Clare Coastal Walk Project, Doolin: Address, Phone Number, Clare Coastal Walk Project Reviews: 5/5

Clare Coastal Walk Project
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Jemma F
4 contributions
Sep 2021 • Solo
Great day on the coastal cliff walk with Pat a great guide and very passionate about the area.. Amazing views and we were so blessed with the weather!
Written September 12, 2021
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LC10
8 contributions
Aug 2021
A group of 5 friends, we parked one car at Doolin and another at Cliffs of Moher. We started from Cliffs of Moher and walked to Doolin on a really nice day so we had great views, so enjoyable. We got food in Doolin and then made our way by car back to pick up the car at Cliffs of Moher. Would recommend on a nice day!
Written August 4, 2021
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VickiG316
Maynooth, Ireland31 contributions
Jul 2021
We enjoyed every step from Doolin to Hags Head...it exceeded our expectations and we were amazed at the beautiful views!
Written July 6, 2021
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WhereToTry
Waterford, Ireland1,413 contributions
Sep 2020
Spectacular views on this walk. Truly amazing and well-worth taking a few hours out of your day to go on it.
It is not too difficult but good walking runners or boots are definitely a must.
There are quite a lot of boggy areas (even in dry weather) to cross over.
This is definitely a must if in Doolin or nearby.
Written September 21, 2020
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Gillian B
Dublin, Ireland5 contributions
Aug 2020
Pat is great craic, full of stories, but also conscientious & considerate. The views were so beautiful but the craic with Pat would make any outing fun.
Written August 28, 2020
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Siobhan NiMhaeleoin
Dublin, Ireland15 contributions
Aug 2020
Did this walk with a local guide starting from Doolin. (starts from local pub at 10:00am each morning) This walk gives you views and photo opportunities that you will not get by just visiting the interpretative centre. Pleasant walk, not too difficult. I wouldn't recommend it for small children.
Written August 27, 2020
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MamDadandkids
Wexford, Ireland256 contributions
Aug 2020
Despite it blowing a gale and being showery this was a fantastic experience. The walk/trail is pretty easy to do and most people should find it doable - there is some climbing over walls although there are steps on either sid. We had visited the main cliff centre previously and as it was foggy we didn't see the cliffs. This time we parked in the Liscannor Car park which is just €3 at a private house. It's a short walk to the south end of the cliffs and you can walk all the way to Doolin from here. But even walking a few KMS gets you great views of the cliffs which we had a great view of this time. Well worth a visit away from the crowds of the visitor centre.
Written August 23, 2020
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MosesWarrenpoint
Warrenpoint14 contributions
Aug 2020
Not to be missed. Beautiful stunning views of the coastline. The walk was being renovated and work is almost completed
Written August 21, 2020
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siobhan m
2 contributions
Aug 2020
lovely 4 hr walk with serene scenery from Doolin to cliffs of Moher- majestic- tough in parts and you can't be afraid of heights!
Written August 17, 2020
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Chris O
Cork, Ireland3 contributions
Aug 2020
A ciastal path in this area is a no-brainer, given the views. However the ban on dogs makes it difficult and pointless to visit again. Other cliff walks in Ireland don't have this rule, such as Ardmore and Ballycotton, so I don't see the need for it.
Written August 7, 2020
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