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This guided tour will visit two of Killarney’s most famous landmarks, Ross Castle built in the 15th Century by the O’Donoghue Ross Chieftains and remaining as their defensive stronghold for over 100 years until it was taken by the armies of Oliver Cromwell under General Ludlow in the year 1652. You will be given a […]

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Beginning this iconic ascent at Cronin’s Yard – official entrance to the Hags Glen. First Peak is Cruach Mór, at a height of 932m and en route is Lough Cummeenapeasta. It was here during World War 1 that an Army Air Force plane came down killing five passengers. The Remnants of the plane can still […]

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Arguably one of the best hikes in Ireland with a distance of 10k, a challenging but enjoyable day with numerous walking routes to the summit to choose from. No activity holiday would be complete without a hike to Ireland’s highest mountain. The Highest Peak in Ireland at a height of 1039m, and the centre point […]

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Tomies Wood
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One of Kerry’s best walking trails this guided walk promises to make an impression. Any walking holiday in Ireland must include a trek up the Purple Mountain.  At 757m we begin with a steep climb up from the Head of the Gap  in the Famous Gap of Dunloe where you will be greeted by a […]

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At a height of 2753 ft it is the tallest of the Mangerton Range with its western slope is within Killarney National Park. Enclosed within the massif is a deep U shaped valley called Glencappul or Horses Glen a short distance from the summit to the north is the Devils Punchbowl an oval shaped hollow […]

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Arthur Young Trail - Torc Waterfall Killarney
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This guided walk captures the heart and essence of the true Killarney experience and is one of the best Irish walking trails. The walk begins along the majestic shores of Killarney’s premier lake, Lough Leane, and follows in the footsteps of the renowned English Agriculturalist and Writer, Arthur Young. Who visited the Muckross Estate in […]

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A full day guided walk and boat trip this Irish walking trail boasts some of the best scenery in Ireland. Encompassing many of Killarney’s finest tourist attractions. We will follow the shores of Lough Leane to The Old Boathouse and board our boat for  the 13 mile journey through the lakes from Lough Leane to […]

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One of the most popular walks in Ireland, with spectacular views of Killarney National Park, The MacGillycuddy’s Reeks, and Lakes of Killarney, passing along Torc and Mangerton Mountains, with steady inclines, ancient paths and oak forests with the Owengarriff River on your right as you descend to Torc Waterfall. The Old Kenmare Road is also […]

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Celebrate a bit of Kerry Rí-Rá  with an evening climb on the summit of Strickeen.  Dance a Kerry Set on this Charity trek in aid of Kerry Parents and Friends, departs at 7.30pm from Kate Kearney’s Cottage. Strickeen is part of  MacGillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range, at 440m, it follows a path to the top until […]

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Coomloughra Horseshoe - Coomloughra
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The circuit around Coomloughra Horse is one of the finest mountain walks in Ireland. Located in the famous McGillycuddys Reeks range of mountains, taking in the 3 highest peaks in Ireland, Beenkeragh 1010m, Carrauntoohil 1039m and Caher 1001m. With a distance of 15k this route offers a spectacular climbing experience and is a must for […]

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