Hiking in Ireland - the Kerry Way and Killarney
The Ring of Kerry, on Ireland's Iveragh Peninsula, is one of country's most famous sightseeing circuits - and with good reason as it offers spectacular views of beautiful sea and landscapes. The Kerry Way follows a series of hiking trails and farm tracks around the Ring of Kerry, allowing you to access out-of-the-way moors, stunning mountain scenery and forgotten villages. This self-guided holiday along the Ring of Kerry offers you a selection of the best hikes and walks in this part of the Emerald Isle.
Activity / Theme
On foot, vehicle transfers
Bed and breakfasts and country hotels
Months of Operation
April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Adventure Coordinators insider tip:
When I did this trip I made sure I booked my trip dates so that I spent the weekends in Killarney and Kenmare. It gave me the opportunity to experience live music in these towns, which is absent in the smaller villages.
DAY 1 Start in Killarney
DAY 2 Hike by Torc Waterfall and along the old Kenmare road to Kenmare
DAY 3 Transfer to Templenoe, walk along the shore and over moors to Sneem
DAY 4 Enjoy rugged hills and stunning views as you walk to Caherdaniel
DAY 5 Explore coastal landscapes as you hike to Waterville
DAY 6 Transfer to Mastergeehy, walk over the mountains to Cahersiveen
DAY 7 Transfer to Deelis Bridge, enjoy glorious view on your way to Glenbeigh
DAY 8 Transfer to Killarney, tour ends
Luggage & road transfers
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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