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Ring of Kerry Tour with Killarney...
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#1 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
We toured Killarney National Park - short walk to the waterfall but lots of great hikes - we also hiked to the beautiful walled gardens - incredible species of trees all around - weather was beautiful and warm - o...
Second visit to Killarney National Park - Loved it the first time, and Loved it More the second time - Plan your time to drive the Ring of Kerry - It's a must see! Gorgeous drive!
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#2 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
We parked at the lovely new car park next to the Hydro Track, taking the Hydro Track / Caher route to the summit.
There is a car park for €2 and a lovely cosy cafe with roaring fire to relax on your decent!
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#3 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
𝔊𝔞𝔭 𝔬𝔣 𝔇𝔲𝔫𝔩𝔬𝔢... in Killarney National Park is a mountain pass that was carved out 2 million years ago by slow moving glacial ice and it is Stunning, Breathtaking, Unique and Beautiful!
Rented a bike in Killarney, rode to the Reen Pier next to Ross Castle in Killarney National Park, took boat with bikes through the three lakes (beautiful) to Brandon's Cottage, and biked up to the Gap of Dunloe.
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#4 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
Lough Leane is the largest lake in killarney and it is located inside of Killarney National Park, so if you are going to Muckross Abbey or Ross Castle, you will see it.
Loch Leane is the largest of the 3 lakes in Killarney National Park and is surrounded by Macgillycuddy's Reeks, a tranquil and expansive view topped by purple headed mountains.
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#5 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
Ring of Kerry trip - you must to do it if you in Co Kerry, many beautiful places to stop and enjoy nature,
After ending the Beara at Kenmare we got on the Kerry and hiked through the National Park and into Killarney.
#6 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
What a way to see the lakes of killarney, the old kenmare winds its way through the National Park, with narrow little roads and wonderful flowers and plants for all to see, a truly wonderful drive.
A wonderful scenic drive up from the lakes of Killarney National Park and over the hills into Kenmare.
#7 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
But the gem in the crown of the National Park is Innisfallen Island, the largest island in Killarney's Lower Lake, particularly on a gloriously sunny day.
We hopped on the small, open boat from Ross Castle and took the short ride across the lake to it, getting views from the water of Killarney National Park where we had just come from.
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Kerry Cliffs Portmagee 0.7 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Portmagee
We drove almost the perimeter of Ireland visiting the Cliffs of Moher, Malahide Castle, Rock of Cashel, Blarney, Killarney National Park, Dingle, Giants Causeway, etc.
Just a few minutes walk from the car park takes you to several superb viewpoints of the high cliffs, and the Skellig Islands located 12 Km off shore.
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#8 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
The walk has a wonderful views, goes though a Nature Reserve, includes several 'boardwalk' sections across a highland bog, and meanders up to an amazing view of the lakes which you can only see from the summit.
... the walk is moderately hard with stunning views looking over Killarney lakes and the surrounding national park, it's best to take your time taking it slow and steady this way you can take in the magnificent vi...
#9 of 25 Nature & Parks in Killarney
A very interesting guided tour of a lovely refurbished house also with an interactive gallery with insight to the history of the house and national park.
Really nice park tucked away in the centre of killarney town Plenty of walkways and nice lakeside views but the nicest part is by far the riverside walk.
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