Walking in Kerry

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Kerry Way

Dingle Way 

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Ireland, the Kerry Way

Report of five sections of the Kerry Way, a well marked walking trail, about 215 kilometres, looping around the Iveragh Peninsula in the south west of Ireland.

The trail offers great views of the McGillycuddy’s Reeks, the highest mountains of the country. You never walk, nevertheless, above about 400 metres: the Kerry Way avoids the higher peaks. Lough Leane, the Torc Falls, the desolate Black Valley and the fantastic crossing over the McGillycuddy’s.

After that the rewarding view at Lough Acoose, the Windy Cap near Glenbeigh and the view at Dingle Bay while walking the uplands near Drung Hill. And, at the end, on the peat fields, the Atlantic Ocean! Read more


Ireland, the Dingle Way

Report of four sections of the Dingle Way, on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry in the south west of Ireland. Great sea sights hiking along the rugged coast. Also at the Great Blasket Island, Europe’s most westerly place. The Conor pass: 402 m. The highest mountain pass in Ireland. With breathtaking views. It never takes long before a turn in the path reveals a dramatic change of scenery. Height: from sea level up to 760 m. Read more.

and of course the descriptions are also available in their native Dutch language on oranginas.nl