Killarney Self Catering

The Priory Cottages

Tim & Bernadette O'Donoghue
Muckross Road
Killarney
Co. Kerry

+353 (0)64 662 6896

priorytim@gmail.com

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Maureen & Tom Fitzsimons, Hinsdale, IL

Our family always has the best vacation in Killarney when we stay with the O'Donoghues.  Tim's knowledge of off the beaten track walks is fantastic.  We come every second year with out fail.

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Moderate Walks - Hiking Boots Required

Front of Torc to Killegy

Standing tall amidst the Killarney National Park, Torc provides an exhilarating and easy hill walk with stupendous views of the Killarney Valley. Three to four hours walking with four hundred metres of ascent covering six kilometres on constructed rocky trails.

 

The Old Kenmare Road / Kerry Way

From Galway's Bridge near Ladies View on the Ring of Kerry, this route follows the ancient road linking the settlements of Killarney and Kenmare, cutting through wild glens before emerging alongside Torc Waterfall. Three to four hours walking with two hundred metres of ascent covering eight kilometres on rough tracks.

Tomies Woods / Killarney National Park

Situated along the southern shore of Loch Lein, the wild woods of Tomies are reminders of our great oak-past. This circuit explores the depths of the forest. Visit O'Sullivan's Cascade and follow a track around Tomies. Three to four hours walking with two hundred metres of ascent covering eight kilometres on forest trails.

Black Valley / Gap Of Dunloe

From Galway's Bridge on the Ring of Kerry road near Ladies View, this route follows the Kerry Way into the Black Valley. Here at the head of the Killarney lake system and beneath the MacGillycuddy Reeks, swing north through the pass of the Gap of Dunloe to finish at Kate Kearney's Cottage. Four to five hours walking with two hundred metres of ascent covering twelve kilometres rough tracks and paved road.