Walking the Kerry Way
THE KERRY WAY is a walking holiday which meanders through beautiful Irelands largest peninsula, Iveragh and has been called Irelands’s finest walking route.
Walking the Kerry Way’s 135 mile waymarked trail is primarily inland taking you through river valleys, gouged out by glaciers of the last ice age but with sections giving superb coastal views
You walking holiday crosses mountain passes and follows mountain trails which give startling perspectives of the surrounding land, seas and islands and out to the Atlantic Ocean. You continue through some of Irelands finest Oak Woods described as being the nearest thing in Ireland or Britain to temperate evergreen rainforest.
You follow a coastline full of inlets and bays, beautiful sandy beaches and unforgiving cliffs.You will enjoy the hospitality and warmth of the towns and villages of South Kerry which developed here throughout the ages. Glenbeigh – Cahirciveen – Waterville – Caherdaniel, Derrynane – Sneem – Kenmare and Killarney. You walk past the rich archeological remains which tell the story of the people who lived in the Kingdom of Kerry down through the years and you will marvel at the flora and fauna which changes around each turn in the trail.
Your walking holiday cost includes 7-10 outstanding B&Bs, 4 fabulous dinners, and all your lunches, your luggage forwarded each day, walk pack with maps, route notes and local information , and collection and return to main line railstation after your holiday.