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DINGLE WAY 10-17 JUNE 2018
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MONDAY 11 JUNE - Camp to Annascaul, 10.5 miles/17 kms, ascent +270m

Ready for the off, at the Junction House B&B. Fine walking weather, overcast but dry.
Looking back over Tralee Bay as we head for the Dingle Way
The locals watch on as we start along the trail
Tarmac and grass underfoot and high hedges on each side, onward towards Inch.
Views of the mountains were restricted by the high hedges!
Luckily, the water level was low enough to allow us to cross.
Carved grooves on the surface of the stones didn't help with traction.
The hand rail was essential.
Easier underfoot and very atmospheric!
A brief stop for wine gums as the trail heads through open moorland.
Breathtaking beach and an ideal stop for lunch.
Our professional walker and his apprentice search for Ryan's Daughter on Inch Strand.
The sun breaks through as we leave Inch on our way onward to Annascaul.
Life goes on as we pass by.
The view to our left as we descend towards Annascaul and our next B&B, The Old Anchor Inn.

TUESDAY 12 JUNE - Annascaul to Dingle, 13.6 miles/22 kms, ascent +340m

Minard Castle, our first stop on the road from Annascaul to Dingle
Muriel attempts to find a route over the breakwater to the beach.
Peter in search of the elusive Black Guillemot
Rambler Art Work - those who have passed this way before have left a reminder

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