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The guidebook describes walking the 370-mile waymarked route through Ireland from Dublin in the east to Bray Head in the southwest on the Atlantic coast. The route was created by linking the Wicklow Way, South Leinster Way, Munster Way, Avondhy Way and the Kerry Way.
Irish Coast to Coast Walk; Stage 1: The Wicklow Way; Day 1: Dublin to Marlay Park; Day 2: Marlay Park to Knockree; Day 3: Knockree to Laragh; Day 4: Laragh to Glenmalure; Day 5: Glenmalure to Tinahely; Day 6: Tinahely to Clonegal; Stage 2: The South Leinster Way; Day 7: Clonegal to Borris; Day 8: Borris to Inistioge; Day 9: Inistioge to Mullinavat; Day 10: Mullinavat to Carrick-on-Suir; Stage 3: The East Munster Way; Day 11: Carrick-on-Suir to Clonmel; Day 12: Clonmel to Newcastle; Day 13: Newcastle to Clogheen; Stage 4: The Blackwater (Avondhu) Way; Day 14: Clogheen to Araglin; Day 15: Araglin to Fermoy; Day 16: Fermoy to Killavullen; Day 17: Killavullen to Bweeng; Stage 5: The Blackwater (Duhallow) Way; Day 18: Bweeng to Millstreet; Day 19: Millstreet to Shrone; Day 20: Shrone to Muckross; Stage 6: The Kerry Way; Day 21: Muckross to Black Valley; Day 22: Black Valley to Glenbeigh; Day 23: Glenbeigh to Cahersiveen; Day 24: Cahersiveen to Portmagee; Leaving the Irish Coast to Coast Walk; High-level Alternative Routes; The Lug Walk; Blackstairs Mountains; Comeragh Mountains; Knockmealdown Mountains; Derrynasaggart Mountains; MacGillycuddy's Reeks; Coomasaharn Horseshoe
Paddy Dillon is a prolific outdoor writer with numerous books to his name. He writes for a number of outdoor magazines, as well as producing materials for tourism groups and other organisations. He lives near the Lake District, and has written about and walked in every county of the British Isles.