Cosan Cuas na nEighe - Dingle

Walking
County Kerry
4.7/5
3 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 2.8 km
Time 60 mins
Format Loop
Ascent 30 m
Dogs Allowed No
Waymarking Blue arrow on white background
Start Point
Car Park, Clogher Beach
Finish Point
Car Park, Clogher Beach
Nearest Town to Start Ballyferriter
Grid Ref. / Q 317 033
Lat. and Long. 52.15774, -10.45726

This is a cliff top walk giving superb sea vistas and views of the surrounding mountains (Brandon and Eagle) and headlands like the Three Sisters. On grass and sandy lane, the walk is mainly level, but there are a few stiles to cross.

Maps and other information

Trail Management

Tel: 066 947 2724. E-mail: pcasey@skdp.net

Facilities

At Start: car park at Clogher Beach At End: car park at Clogher Beach

There is no trail information board at the start of this trail.

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 70
3 trail reviews
4.7/5
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4/5
05/19/2015

Marc from Cork

Very nice trail, close to the sea. However, the trail may be quite muddy.
5/5
09/23/2014

Theresa from United Kingdom

If you fancy a lovely walk around one of the most scenic parts of the West Dingle area, this trail ticks all the boxes and more. It is an ideal walk for people who enjoy strolls in the outdoors with gentle slopes and spectacular scenery, you will be snapping photos at every opportunity.



We met a local landowner Paudí and his two dogs who kept us company the whole way around and saw us back to the convenient carpark at the very picturesque Clogher Beach.
5/5
07/17/2012

Nancy from United States

This is a lovely walk for people of any age. Clearly marked, easy cliff walk, beautiful views, nice walk on the beach after. One of my favourite walks while I was in Dingle.

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