Walking Breaks in Killarney Ireland
Why not join us for a walking holiday in Ireland, ideal for families, friends, hens & stags or work teams seeking walking breaks in Kerry. We will provide you with one of Killarney's top guides for a day of walks in Killarney's National Park or The Mc Gillycuddy Reeks, simply choose your route from below & get ready for a memorable day in one of Irelands most magical destination (min number 10 pax). Please contact Misja Herfurt for further details on 064 66 33000
Muckross Lake & Torc Waterfall
From Muckross House, our walk takes us around the pictursque Muckross Lake, tea and rest can be enjoyed overlooking the Meeting of the Waters. Your guide will explore the landscape wtih you sharing his passion of the area. On route back to Muckross House, we take in Torc Waterfall (7 miles- 4 hours)
Purple Mountain & Tomies Mountain
This walk features Purple Mountain & Tomies Mountain which overlook Lough Leane to the North East & are seperated from Macgillycuddys Reeks by The Gap of Dunloe. Purple Mountain derives its name from the colour of the sandstone rock, which emits a purple hue under favourable light conditions ( 5-7 hours)
An amazing challenge that crosses Ridges of Reeks- Corran Tuahail (1039) Binn Chaorach (1010m) Catair na Feinne (1001m) onto Com Caili or Hags Glen. Our route will take us 800m/15km ascending from Lough Eagher up Beenkeragh treversing onto Carrauntoohil & leading us onto Caher. Introduction to scrambling is part of this day that will have you out for 6-9 hours of awe inspiring views from Irelands most specutular ridge line.
Irelands Highest peak attracts people from all over the world to climb its lofty summit during walking holidays Ireland. Carrauntoohil or Carrauntouhill, in Irish Corran Tuathail meaning "Tuathals' sickle"
On a fine day your views will extend to the far away mountains, lakes, farmlands & ocean of the surrounding area for as far as a hundred miles. Its a magnificent, rugged, scenice mountain to climb & an experience that one doesnt forget. We have over 8 differant routes to climb this mountain with our passionate, experinced guides & grades that suit beginner to the most experienced mountaineer throughout the year. 4-7 hours (11 km)
Pat Falveys "Forever Young Club"
Inspired by Pat Falveys continuing love of the outdoors & adventure despite reaching his 50'S, Pat endeavours to promote active lifestyles that incorporate friendships, fun & challenges. Members of the club have eternal youth on their side with positive attitudes for Life, many still adventuring all around the world in their 70's & no sign of giving it up, an inspiration to us younger adventurers that are only in our 50's.
As part of this club, Pat guide will lead a group on one of two choosen routes depending on level of challenge desired.
Purple- Tomies- Black Valley
Setting sail from the 15th centuary Ross Castle, this day trip offers scenic tours on the renowned Lakes of Killarney- Lough Leane ( alos kown as the Lower Lake) Killarneys largest & most picturesque lake, with hertuage attractions including Muckross Abbey, O Sullivan Cascade & the monastic ruins of Innoshfallen island. This lake is seperated from the Middle Lake (sometimes known as Muckross Lake) by the wodden peninsula of Muckross. At the tip of Muckross Peninsula is the quiant Brikeen Bridge & Dinis Island is further on with ists sub-tropical vegetation & views of the "Meeting of the Waters". A narrow strip called teh Lonf Range leas to the island studded Upper Lake, whcih is surrounded by lush vegetation. The lakes lie in a mountain ringed valley staring in The Black Valley. After 1.5 hours relaxing in splendid scenery, you can enjoy lunch at Lord Brandons Cottage before making your way down through the Black Valley led by our experienced guide who's tales & folklore will make the few hours walk an immissable experience.