Cead Míle Fáilte to "Walking in The Kingdom" - a county full of wonderland of strolls, walks, trails, tramps, hikes and climbs - its all here!
Whether climbing Irelands highest peaks, Carrantouhill or Mount Brandon, or walking in the footsteps of our ancestors on our offshore islands, The Skellig (Sceilg) and Blasket Islands, walking here is inspirational due to the majesty of our surroundings - craggy mountain ranges rolling down to the dramatic cliffs and shores of three magnificent peninsulas - The Iveragh (Ring of Kerry), Dingle and Beara peninsulas.
North and East Kerry's rolling farmlands meet the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean with stunning sand dune systems and pristine golden beaches. To the south, are the hidden valleys, glacial lakes and scenic mountain passes such as Conor, Ballagh Beama, Bealach Óisín, Coomanaspig, Coomakista and Healy Passes, for you to explore. With two National Parks - Killarney and Derrynane and a Geopark, Kerry can truly be called "The Great Outdoors".
Walking in Kerry poses a dilemma! An incredible choice and variety of walks, way marked ways and treks, and never enough time!! Let us help you. There is something for everyone. With icons such as Carrantouhill, Ireland's highest mountain (1,039mtrs/3,123ft), in the heart of the MacGillycuddy Reeks to Mount Brandon (the second highest mountain), to Sceilg Micheal with its incredible heritage (a UNESCO World Heritage site) to Ireland's longest beach, 12 miles of pristine golden sands from Cloghane village to the Maharees, the choice is yours.
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Incorporates 3 walks - easy to moderate from 4kms to 10kms. The trailhead starts at the entrance to the Forestry at Gortmore near Banteer Co. Cork. Map ref: OS 80 W430 972
Annascaul walks is a small friendly walking club in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, where brooding mountains, stunning coastlines and fast flowing rivers provide magnificent...