As the saying goes, if you don’t like the weather, then wait five minutes. The expression is never more true than in Ireland and even more so in the season changing months of March and October. Chances are so high that you might even have a little sample of all four seasons inside an hour.
I’ve just spent a lovely weekend walking various routes to Glenveagh Castle in the awe inspiring National Park in Co. Donegal, in Ireland’s remote north west.
If you are planning a walking holiday in Ireland, you will need to include Glenveagh, not least for the stunning walks but also for the fabulous tea shop in the Castle. We can arrange a bespoke walking holiday for you in Donegal complete with tea shops and spectacular views. Mother Nature does not always co-operate but as long as you have the right gear, none of that will ever matter.
The images below were taken twenty four hours apart over St Patrick’s weekend in Glenveagh National Park.