Category: Cultural Experiences on the Trail

Immerse yourself in Ireland’s rich culture while hiking. Discover ancient ruins, local folklore, and traditional music as you traverse scenic trails. Perfect for culture enthusiasts seeking adventure.

St Kevin of Glendalough: The Patron Saint, Hermit, and Miracle Worker

Located in County Wicklow’s Glendalough valley, St. Kevin of Glendalough Monastic Site is a breathtakingly beautiful and historically rich monastic site that has fascinated visitors for centuries. With its rolling hills, shimmering lakes, and ancient ruins, Glendalough is a place of pilgrimage, reflection, and inspiration.Continue readingSt Kevin of Glendalough: The Patron Saint, Hermit, and Miracle Worker

Discover Carlingford’s Medieval History with 5 Thrilling Carlingford Hikes

The medieval town of Carlingford on the enchanting Cooley Peninsula nestles between Slieve Foy, Carlingford Lough and the Mourne Mountains. It is less than an hour’s drive from Ireland’s two major cities Dublin and Belfast. It is Ireland’s most well preserved medieval town lending it a unique feel and atmosphere.Continue readingDiscover Carlingford’s Medieval History with 5 Thrilling Carlingford Hikes

Discovering Newgrange and the Brú na Bóinne Sites in Ireland

The Newgrange Monument in the Boyne Valley is one of the must see places while on your walking tour or hiking tour in Ireland. It is just 30 minutes from Dublin and the Cooley Peninsula. Situated in Ireland’s Ancient East, the Boyne Valley runs across counties, Louth and Meath.Continue readingDiscovering Newgrange and the Brú na Bóinne Sites in Ireland