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Its a climb!

Views from the top are gorgeous! It was very windy with scattered showers throughout the day... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
karalandrith
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Houston, Texas
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Pack a lunch of snacks and just do it. Not a better climb. My 17 year old did it with an injured... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sally F
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Chicago, United States
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Views from the top are gorgeous! It was very windy with scattered showers throughout the day. Cost is 2 Euro per adult. We were greeted by a lovely young girl and her friendly dog who live across the street from the entrance. Minimal parking available...More

Thank karalandrith
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pack a lunch of snacks and just do it. Not a better climb. My 17 year old did it with an injured foot - boot and all. Reached the top and sat for an hour enjoying every direction.

Thank Sally F
Reviewed 1 week ago

On the most beautiful day we spent in Dingle in July 18 we decided to finally go up to Eask Tower, which we had been looking at for so long on all our trips there. The farmer that let's you use the land to walk...More

Thank MJPK8335
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A short steep hike up a boiling hill wasn't my idea, but we went because my granddaughter wanted to see the Dalek...so we went up, having paid a small contribution, and was it magical. The view from up there on a hot still day were...More

Thank riversong1066
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We loved the hike and the views were incredible! Well worth 2euro/adult to stop and park. The drive is a bit crazy, but it seems all the roads in Ireland are a bit crazy. Our kids 2,4,6,8 really loved the hike as well. The 2...More

Thank Kristy F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We decided sort of last minute to visit Eask tower and it was worth it. It was about a 10min drive from the main area in Dingle. We got to speak with the owner and she was very sweet and took a few photos of...More

1  Thank Von1287
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The climb is a bit deceptive -- it goes up pretty steeply, but it is not difficult. Just take your time. And watch for sheep dropping as they are EVERYWHERE. As are the sheep. But this is Ireland so enjoy it. And the view from...More

Thank Kimba58
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

360 degree views of one of the most beautiful parts of the world... so what if it's a hard walk? You also have to dodge poop the whole time, but the lady at the bottom showed us where we could scrape it off if we...More

1  Thank krelltunez
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This hidden gem is the perfect hike for those looking for a great view of Dingle. This is a private run attraction run by local family that lets you cross the working farm to see a spectacular view. All they ask is a 2 euro...More

1  Thank hatcreekcattle
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

The short uphill hike to Eask Tower is well worth doing. It takes about 20 minutes from where you park at the the base of the hill. The views from the top are fantastic. It is worth heading up at lunchtime with a small picnic...More

1  Thank Niamh J
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GAB056
15 August 2018|
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Response from chris k | Reviewed this property |
I would go by and ask the land owner out of courtesy. There are farm sheep in fields, so the owner may want to know if you have a lead or that your dog is under good voice control. We did meet the lady of the property and... More
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GAB056
15 August 2018|
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Response from Sally F | Reviewed this property |
I am so sorry, but I do not know the answer. We did not have a dog, and did notice one way or another.
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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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