10 Hiking Trails in Ireland For This Summer 

The Great Sugar Loaf, County Wicklow

This short walk includes a steep scramble to the summit that makes the panoramic views from the peak that little bit more rewarding. 

Carrauntoohill, County Kerry

“The Devil’s Ladder” is no joke, as the name suggests this trail is challenging, steep and dangerous. 

Mweelrea, County Mayo

Offering up incredible views of the surrounding mountains, Mweelrea is a hike you can’t miss if you’re traveling along the Wild Atlantic Way.  

Mt Errigal, County Donegal

The 360 degree views of Donegal guarantee the perfect vantage point to watch the sun appear or disappear. 

Lugnaquilla, County Wicklow

A combination of forest paths, cliff faces, a valley trail, a waterfall and a river guides you up to the highest point in Wicklow.

Croagh Patrick, County Mayo

The summit offers some of the most incredible views of Clew Bay, a natural ocean bay that contains 365 islands. 

Glenbarrow Waterfall Loop, County Laoi

The trail is located in the Slieve Bloom Mountains, a great place for hikers and trail runners to enjoy.  

Ballinastoe to Djouce, County Wicklow

This trail reminds you to watch where you’re putting your feet because it’s impossible to take your eyes off the views. 

Croghan Cliffs, County Mayo

Three times bigger than the Cliffs of Moher, this hike is not to be missed if you’re traveling the west coast of Ireland. 

Lough Ouler Loop, County Wicklow

Lough Ouler is known as the "Love Heart Lake", so you can probably guess why it’s the ultimate hike to go on a date. 

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