The Dingle Club was formed in 1994. At 80 members, we are a club of close camaraderie and companionship, with a great Kerry welcome for guests and visitors. We are spoiled for choice in our hillwalking options in West Kerry, ranging from the gorgeous glen of Macha na Bó, the isolation of the Coumanare Lakes, to the splendid majesty of Mt. Brandon, the second highest in Ireland. On our walks, we explore the rarely seen remote countryside, well beyond the roads and fields; places even most locals have never set foot. Because of the close proximity of so many mountains and peaks to Dingle town, most Sundays we are usually walking within 20 minutes of meeting. Our policy is for a difficult walk to be followed by a moderate or easy walk.

Being a small club within the local community -some of our members are farmers – we enjoy good relations with the many landowners who graciously allow us access to their land and the mountains. To them, we extend our appreciation and gratitude.

We would like to make members and guests aware that photos are taken during walks. These may be used on our website or Facebook.