September is a special month. The tourism summer season is ‘over’ and school is back in session. September is traditionally the month of harvest, and when it comes to travel, it is generally a little-travelled month. A great way to enjoy your fall season is to hike in Ireland in September!
Depending on the September, this month is usually both the end of summer and the beginning of fall – depending on the day’s mood. This is another month that you’ll need to pack layers and be ready to change, but it’s also a great month for walking or hiking in Ireland’s backcountry. The leaves are starting to change; the air feels crisper, and fall dishes come back into fashion.
September is a great month to ignore the crowds as well as feel the fresh air in your face, and it’s a great month to be outdoors!
So, ready for your fall adventure?
It ended up being one of the best trips I've ever been on. It was my first time on a trail holiday and it was so stunning and beautiful, with a great bunch of people that I was really grateful for everyone at Wilderness ireland for making it so!
Hiking and Island Hopping Cork and Kerry
Reviewed on 27/08/2018
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