Ireland, appropriately known as the Emerald Isle, is a country steeped in history and rugged vistas. We'll encounter these vistas first hand as we hike to high cliffs, remote islands, coastal areas, and the lunar landscape fo the Burren. We'll learn about Ireland's turbulent past, including the Great Famine, and the centuries of conflict between the British and Irish. We'll visit Caherconhill Fort, Bunratty Castle, and the famous Kylemore Abbey. We'll discover just how far Irish cuisine has come in the past 10 years. And of course we'll always look for chances to listen to Irish music. PLEASE NOTE: The price for this 2020 trip is not yet available. If you register for the trip, you are guaranteed a spot but you are not committed to taking it until the price is available. No deposit is necessary.;
|May 19 to May 27, 2020|
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This trip is designed for active women in good physical condition who want to combine walking, hiking and sightseeing with immersion in the rich history and culture of Ireland. This trip is rated a 2 with at one option for a longer hike. Preparation for this trip will require about 40 minutes of brisk walking 4 times a week (on hills if possible), or some type of aerobic conditioning 3 times a week. Rating: 13 4 5.
We will combine hiking throughout the trip with visiting some of the many historic and cultural sights, ranging from castles to remote islands. Our Irish guide is a wealth of information about all things Ireland and we will leave with a deeper knowledge of this country and its people.
Our nights will be spent in high quality lodges and/or guesthouses with ensuite bathrooms.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
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