Walk in some of Ireland's wildest and most beautiful landscapes in the county of Kerry!
Take time to explore what makes Kerry the most beautiful county in Ireland: the magnificent countryside and coasts. We offer a flexible approach to walking holidays where you get to set your own itinerary, and we provide the expertise and support to make it a reality. Making for a holiday in Kerry is truly unforgettable!
Some of the many stunning spots to explore include:
The North Kerry Way
Get ready to be let in on the best-kept secret in the Kingdom. Tracking through unspoilt countryside and incorporating fascinating historical sites and astonishing mountain and seascapes alike, this well-signed route offers much for the walker with an average level of fitness to enjoy, the best of which has to be the unmatched views over the Dingle Penninsula.
Glantenassig Loop Walk
This is an outdoor enthusiasts dreamland with over 450 hectares of woodland, mountain, lake and peatland to explore. Nestled in a sheltered valley among the Slieve Mish mountains, the landscape is truly incomparable. Behind the trees the area abounds with streams, lakes, waterfalls and dramatic cliffs which characterise this untamed landscape. At certain points, views of Brandon & Tralee Bay and the Maharees can be enjoyed.
Ballyseedy Wood Walk
Ballyseedy is a sustainable woodland recreational amenity for the people of Kerry and visitors alike. It is a unique and tranquil retreat which extends to nearly 80 acres. It has at least 22 varieties of native trees and they are marked with their Gaelic and English names in the woods. There are a number of ruins and follies within the wood, dating back to the 17th century, with the River Lee (from which Tralee takes its name) forming the woodlands northern boundary.
Tralee Lee Valley Walk
Step back in time with a picturesque walk along the old tow path of Tralee Ship Canal to Blennerville Village with the Slieve Mish mountains as the backdrop. Crossing the Canal Swing Bridge and Blennerville Road Bridge with fine views of Tralee Bay and the restored Windmill. Returning along Kearney's Road with Tralee Bay Nature reserve on your left.