Bicycle on Ireland’s rugged western coast, and traverse its highest mountain range too

Explore 202 miles of Ireland’s rugged western coastline by bicycle on a challenging six-day tour offered by Wilderness Ireland. Participants will cycle from the country’s southernmost tip, Mizen Head, to its most westerly point, Slea Head.

Along the way, you’ll traverse the Beara, Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas, climb Ireland’s highest mountain range, Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, and pass numerous archaeological sites.

Dates: April 22-28, May 27-June 2, June17-23, July 22-28, Aug. 12-18, Sept. 2-8

Price: From $1,900 per person. Includes accommodations in small hotels and family-run guest houses, meals as indicated in the itinerary, cycling guide and support driver. Bicycle rental is extra ($190 per trip).

Info: Wilderness Ireland, (844) 235-6240



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