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Celtic Nature Walking Tours in the Kingdom of Kerry offer self guided walking tours of the Dingle Way and The Kerry Way in County Kerry in the South West of Ireland.
Slí na Sláinte, Daingean Uí Chúis is 3.3km long, starting at the roundabout on entering the town from Tralee.
A guided walk along the spectacular Dingle Way and Wild Atlantic Way: "From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol". A day's easy hike through the landscape, mythology and history of the Dingle Peninsula.
This loop gives wonderful views over Clogher Beach, Ceann Sibeal, the headlands of Ceann Sratha, An Dun Mor, Mount Brandon, Eagle Mountain and the Blasket islands.
The Slí in Tralee is one of the longest in the country measuring 9.9km.
Take a walk to the edge of the world and visit Sás Creek, a most dramatic coastal feature. It is a large U-shaped inlet with high, steep slopes. The Irish word sás means a kind of trap using a noose.
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