Kerry Way

  • Between Cork and Kerry  - © flickr user- Michael Foley
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • © flickr user- K.ristof
  • Looking across the Kenmare River to the Beara Peninsula flickr user- Vicki Devine - © flickr user- Vicki Devine

Key information: Kerry Way

  • Beautiful long-distance track in remote western Ireland.
  • Follow ancient paths through varied secenery: mountains to moorland to sheep farms.
  • Stay in traditional villages, enjoying the local customs and way of life.

Walkopedia rating

  • Walkopedia rating84
  • Beauty30
  • Natural interest14
  • Human interest10
  • Charisma30
  • Negative points0
  • Total rating84

Vital Statistics

  • Length: 215km
  • Maximum Altitude: N/A
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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WALK SUMMARY

Beautiful long-distance track in remote western Ireland. Follow ancient paths through varied scenery: mountains to moorland to sheep farms. Stay in traditional villages, enjoy the local ways and friendliness.

Our friends the Oranginas walking group from the Netherlands tried the walk and said:

"The Kerry-way is a well marked walking trail, about 215 kilometers, looping around the Iveragh peninsula in the south-west of Ireland. The trail offers great views on the Mac Gillycuddy's Reeks, the highest mountains of the country. Walking further to the west the route offers you great panoramas of the Dingle-bay and the Dingle peninsula. In the far west you can admire the Atlantic Ocean."

 

THANK YOU ORANGINAS! See their full thoughts on their site.

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Looking across the Kenmare River to the Beara Peninsula flickr user- Vicki Devine - © flickr user- Vicki Devine

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