Challenging walk but enjoyable, the views are fantastic. But make sure you check weather and go with someone.
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I feel like many of the reviews prior to the past 3 have glazed over the fact that Devils Ladder is a full out (scary at times) vertical scramble. This is not for the faint of heart! Being in moderately good shape (recovering from hip...More
A great hike that has amazing views, if you can get a good day! We went up the devil's ladder and down the zig zags. Devil's ladder is steep and requires some scrambling. Takes about 2 hours to get to the summit this way. Hiking...More
I am no climber, yet I made it up and down in 5.5hrs. Starts off nice and gentle and then the devils ladder sorts you out. But it is worth it all just to climb the highest mountain in Ireland.
One of the most scenic walks in the British Isles! Even in July it is relatively quiet, and the views from Carrantoohill and neighbouring peaks are spectacular. The Devil's ladder route is a challenging walk/scramble, but not a climb. Parked a Cronin's yard (excellent tea...More
the climb was tough enough, but the summit was worth it for the amazing views.. breath-taking. you could see for miles and the mountain range was just out of this world.
A day on Carrauntoohill is always pure therapy. Be cautious though this is not a mountain to be underestimated. If you don't know what you are doing or inexperienced on the mountains get a guide
Great hike. The devils ladder is a steep scramble with some loose rock. Quickest way up but your legs will know all about it. From the devils ladder to the sumit it loose stone. The temperature drops at the top of the ladder even on...More
I made sure to catch this on my trip. I am an avid hiker and do not shy away from a challenge. This is more than a casual day hike. Proper planning and preparation should go into this trip. Go to All Trails for a...More