There are over 600 meters of pathways and viewing platforms along the cliff edge that allow the visitor to enjoy a spectacular and healthy cliff walk. The amazing views of the Cliffs, the famous Aran Islands, Kerry mountains, Galway Bay, O’Briens Tower and the thousands of seabirds make the Cliffs a magical place. If you are lucky on your stroll you will hear and see the Cliffs Buskers playing traditional Irish music along the Cliff pathways. Talking telescopes are dotted along the paths as you go.
If you are a serious walker or hiker there is the 20 kilometer Cliffs Coastal Trail that can be accessed from the Cliffs, the walk to or from Doolin to the Cliffs will take approximately 2.5 hours (8 kilometers). Starting at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre a round trip to Hag’s Head (12 kilometers) will take approximately 3hours. It takes approximately 3 hours (12 kilometers) to walk to or from Liscannor Village. Have a look at our interactive map for more information on walking routes (link to interactive map).
There is a Cliffs of Moher Walk Shuttle that operates between Doolin and Liscannor Walk carpark. The shuttle operates a pick up only at the Cliffs of Moher see www.cliffsofmoherwalk.ie for details.
Walkers should come prepared with sensible walking shoes or hiking boots, water and a rain jacket. Snacks and picnics are available from the cafes in the Visitor Centre. It is not advisable to walk in windy or poor weather conditions.
Download a mapcard of the Coastal Walk below.