With so much scenery and natural beauty around every corner, walking in Co. Kerry is hugely popular with tourists and locals alike. With its natural blend of walking routes and popular tourist attractions, Co. Kerry, and Killarney in particular, is ideal for walkers of all levels.
Close to Muckross Park Hotel & Spa, you’ll find some great routes through Killarney National Park. We can also provide you with the best paths to take, and provide packed lunches, snacks and complimentary maps.
In Killarney there are some great walking routes through Killarney National Park. There are the stunning routes by the lakes and near Muckross House, which run between Killarney Town Centre and Torc Waterfall on the Muckross Road.
Guests can also follow the Kerry Way Route. At over 200km, the Kerry Way is one of Ireland’s longest signposted walking trails and it’s also one of the most popular. The trail begins and ends in Killarney. Looping around the Iveragh Peninsula, the Kerry Way goes anti-clockwise, passing through some of the most isolated and dramatic countryside scenery in the country.
The more adventurous of visitors can also attempt to climb Carrantuohill, Ireland’s highest mountain. There are some great routes at the foot hills that capture the amazing rugged landscape that was carved out during the last ice age. The area known as The Reeks District is home to some of Ireland’s most stunning panoramic natural scenery is a draw for guests and tourists alike.
To experience walking in Killarney for yourself, please contact hotel reception on:
+353 (0) 64 662 34 00