The Kerry Way
The famed Kerry Way encaptures the raw and untouched beauty of Ireland on a national hiking trail that also takes in the highlights of the famed Ring of Kerry Route. Set off on captivating hikes through rolling landscapes characterised by quiet valleys, dramatic coastlines and peaceful lakes in the southwest corner of the Emerald Isle.
Killarney National Park is Ireland's oldest protected wilderness and makes for a scenic hike with its lakes, waterfalls, forests and a constant backdrop of mountains. Be sure to visit Ross Castle and Muckross House from where you can take in views to the Killarney Lakes. Although County Kerry is home to the highest mountains in Ireland, the Kerry Way takes in lower-level inland and coastal routes. Explore the Iveragh Peninsula with views to the wild Atlantic Ocean and its many offshore islands. The wild glens, old green roads and historic tracks have been travelled for hundreds of years. Sample a refreshing pint of Guinness upon arrival in one of the charming market towns and listen to the local folktales.
Enjoy world-class hospitality at our friendly, hand-picked accommodations and set off on your hikes with the peace of mind that your main luggage will be transferred to your next overnight stop. This classic national trail is a must for anyone who wishes to discover the real flavour of Ireland. Simply pick an itinerary, and we will take care of anything else!