Walking in Killarney is a magical experience, its natural beauty endless pathways and trails you can walk for hours .
There is something for all levels of walkers in Killarney. It’s a haven for walkers of all ages. Here we look at a few examples of trips ,ranging from a hill walk on the McGillicuddy reeks to a nice stroll in the world renowned Killarney National Park.
Circular walk Knockreer.
The circular walk in Knockreer, Killarney National Park is popular with locals and visitors alike, situated close to the town centre.
Library point, Ross Island.
Ross Castle is one of the most famous landmarks in Killarney National Park. On Ross Island, just over 2 km from Ross Castle is library point, a limestone rock formation on the shores of Lough Leane.
Muckross Abbey loop.
Fortunately , in order to access the historic ruins at Muckross Abbey, you have to go through some of the best loved parts of the National Park, by veering off the beaten track ever so slightly you can find a lovely loop to walk .
Old Kenmare Road
The old Kenmare Road is a superb Trail that meanders through the uplands of Killarney National Park. The amazing landscape and flora and fauna along the way is simply breathtaking.
Sage Taxis is on hand to share all our knowledge of the Killarney area with you, Killarney has some of the best walking trails in Ireland, so contact us anytime on 0861542890.