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West Coast Walks

West Coast Walks
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Enjoy hiking along the wide, sweeping expanses of Ireland’s beaches, her lonely mountain trails, and her windswept hills.  Participants will be awed by the natural beauty, ancient architecture and charming towns along the way. West Coast Walks features gems of Connemara including mountains, preserved bog lands, national parks, ancient abbeys and forts, and almost 5,000 years of history.

Starting out in Clifden, this hike takes us through a varying landscape of lakes, green rolling hills, tidal islands, awesome cliffs, great labyrinths of limestone, patchwork fields, quiet beaches, and Ireland’s only fjord! Visit places of enchanting history like the Kylemore Abbey, originally built as a romantic gift, the Killary Fjord, intertwined with the 19th century famine relief effort and home to gregarious dolphins, or the fort of Dún Aonghasa, thought to date back to the Iron Age. Discover the strange geological patterns of the Burren region and its eroded limestone floors covering dozens of megalithic tombs and Celtic crosses.

Come and join our fully escorted West Coast Walk! Each day we are assisted by a minivan which allows us to cover more territory. This walk is suitable for participants of all ages. If discovering Ireland’s natural beauty (including sand dunes, forests, rugged hills, heather covered moors, quiet river valleys, endless beaches, and ancient trails) on foot appeals to you, then West Coast Walks is what you have been waiting for!

For those with less time to spare, we can offer a 4-day tour in the West of Ireland including hiking in Connemara and the Aran Islands, taking in the Fort of Dun Aenghus, Kylemore Abbey, Killary Fjord, and Omey Island.

Trip Highlights
- The Cliffs of Moher
- The wild flowers and geology of the Burren
- Aran Islands
- The fort of Dun Aenghus
- The wild, rugged beauty of Connemara
- Killary Harbour - Ireland's only fjord
- A walk on Omey Island

Walking Tour
Meeting: Shannon airport or Galway City
Airport:   Shannon
Transfer: Shannon airport or Galway City
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West Coast Walks
Tour Code: ZZ-HKIRJ-01
7 days / 6 nights ~$4,950.00
Dates: June

Level : Fitness Level
Difficulty Levels Explained
1. Easy
Easy pace and an average-to-sedentary level of fitness. You should be in good health and fit enough for full day of normal sightseeing and walking.
2. Easy to Moderate
An average level of fitness or some experience with the featured activity is recommended.
3. Moderate
Requires you to have performed the featured activity regularly, with some periods on challenging terrain. Activities are mandatory and you may be traveling at high elevations. You need to be in good health and physical condition to enjoy these trips, with adequate muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance.
4. Demanding
You must be extremely physically fit and are expected to hike or ride four to six hours over steep or more rugged terrain.
5. Strenuous
Prolonged hiking/biking on moderate to difficult terrain (five to nine hours a day).
May include high altitude, rugged terrain etc..
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Airport: Shannon
Hiking, sightseeing

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