The Hidden Valleys of the Reeks are a group of holiday destinations surrounding the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks in County Kerry.
The Black Valley is nestled between the Gap of Dunloe and Molls Gap and it's the gateay to walking the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and a main point on The Kerry Way hiking trail.
The Bridia Valley is a stunning valley on the Kerry Way hiking trail. You enter the valley along the ancient Lack Road and Bridia Pass used for over 5000 years.
Beaufort is a scenic village near Carrauntoohil on the Laune River.
Caragh Lake and River are famous for their fishing, activities, scenery and clean water. It's great location for exploring the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and valleys.
Fossa is on the north shore of Lough Leane on the Ring of Kerry near Killarney.
Glencar is a small village in the highlands popular with hikers and climbers.
The Gap of Dunloe has been a famous tourist attraction for over 200 years and its beauty continues to attract visitors who walk, cycle or take the trip by pony and trap.
Ladies’ View, made famous by Queen Victoria’s ladies in waiting in 1831, has spectacular views of Killarney national park from its perch on the Ring of Kerry.