TOP TEN HIKES IN KILLARNEY
So many of our guests ask us for walking route recommendations so to save you time doing the research we’ve put together this handy guide of our top ten hikes.
From the famous lakes, to the highest peak and vast expanse of the National Park, Killarney has so much to offer hikers and walkers.
The real work is deciding which trail to take!
We want this handy guide to help you pick a route, lace up your boots and get straight out there into the fresh air.
All of these trails are easily accessible and right on your doorstep from Dan Linehan’s B&B.
When you’re all walked out we’ll be waiting for you at Dan Linehan’s Bar to serve you a well deserved beverage!
We hope you enjoy exploring.
In alphabetical order:
Cardiac Steps (Huntsmans Hill)
Distance: 3.5km loop trail Starting Point: Small car park 400m past Torc Waterfall on N71
Distance: 4km return loop Starting Point: Derrycunnihy Church on N71
Fossa Way & Aghadoe
Distance: 19km loop Starting Point: Killarney House
Distance: 5km loop trail Starting Point: Blue Pool car park near Muckross Park Hotel
Distance: 6km loop trail Starting Point: Muckross House
Muckross Lake Loop
Distance: 15km loop trail Starting Point: Muckross House
Old Kenmare Road
Distance: 16km one way Starting Point: Torc Upper car park
Ross Island – Library Point & Governors Rock
Distance: 6km loop trail Starting Point: Killarney House
Distance: 7.5km trail and climb Starting Point: Kate Kearney’s Cottage
Tomies Wood & O’Sullivan’s Cascade
Distance: 6km loop trail Starting Point: Tomies car park near Dunloe Castle
You will have worked up an appetite after a good days hiking!
Click here for our favourite Bar Food options when you get back to Killarney town and are ready to refuel!