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Eask Tower

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Carhoo Hill, Dingle, Ireland
+353 66 915 1850
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its a hike up the mounitan to see this it cost a few Euros to cut across on farmers land but worth... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Warm2weather
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Camas
Beautiful view on the Dingle Bay

After a short -and very muddy !- walk through sheep paddocks, the view from the Eask Tower is... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Valentin P
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Toulouse, France
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“sheep pasture” (6 reviews)
“great hike” (6 reviews)
“dingle bay” (19 reviews)
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Carhoo Hill, Dingle, Ireland
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+353 66 915 1850

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Reviewed 1 week ago

its a hike up the mounitan to see this it cost a few Euros to cut across on farmers land but worth the trip

Thank Warm2weather
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After a short -and very muddy !- walk through sheep paddocks, the view from the Eask Tower is stunning. Just go with good walking shoes or boots if the weather has been wet ! The sheep farmer whose paddocks belong to will be happy to...More

Thank Valentin P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well worth the hike up a decent hill! The views out into Dingle Bay and the Atlantic Ocean are completely awe inspiring. If the path is muddy, be prepared forba slooshy hike, but the effort is worth every ounce of effort-dont't give up! When we...More

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Reviewed 13 February 2018

Eask Tower (or the Dalek as my kids call it) can be seen from miles away, so we had to go and visit. It is a bit of a trek up hill and can be quite bracing when the wind blows, but it is worthwhile....More

Thank Ian B
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Reviewed 23 November 2017

My friend and I decided to begin our day with a hike to Eask Tower - a short hike recommended by Rick Steves in his Best of Scotland book. The hike was a bit steep but easily accomplished, and the view of Dingle that granted...More

2  Thank Mariah P
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

I walked to the tower from downtown Dingle. The first 50% is walking next to the streets... as soon as you are off the main street it's more relaxed. As soon as you reached the last houses of the street you see the sign EASK...More

2  Thank Heiderle
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

We saw the tower coming into town and anywhere in town we went! Finally we decided to get there so we drove the 5 mins out of town to the trailhead. We didn't realized it cost 2 euros but the lovely woman who owns the...More

1  Thank 603Oneill
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Finally did this hike on my 3rd trip to Dingle, and wow, why did I wait? It was a positive experience in every way. We wore sturdy shoes and it's a good thing, because even though the day was beautiful & sunny, there had been...More

2  Thank Christy C
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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

We had a day in Dingle and honestly didn't find that much to do, until we decided to hike up the mountain. Though getting to the parking lot can seem difficult, but the 2 euros for parking is definitely worth it. I would definitely recommend...More

Thank Adam K
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

Worthwhile stop if you're driving/biking around the Peninsula. Pay the parking fee to the friendly farmer who resides nearby, and then take a leisurely stroll (by many, many sheep) to the top, and take in the splendid views.

Thank maranat
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Laura S
5 March 2018|
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Response from Mariah P | Reviewed this property |
The landmark is a little hut which is easy to spot. We parked near it in a small, gravel area. You will also see Eask Tower high up on the hill for more reference. I also believe there were one or two signs.
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arharig
18 April 2016|
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Response from Paul T | Reviewed this property |
I think Donsafe has answered the question exactly as I would have. I might add that the lady who offered to clean the mud off my boots engaged me in conversation that was worth an extra 20 minutes!
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