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Torc Waterfall

Kenmare Road, Killarney, Ireland
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  • Average11%
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Love this hidden gem tucked away in Killarney. A must see for sure. Kids loved it and I was captivated by its beauty and natural splendor.

Thank Jennifer D
Reviewed yesterday

Went to Torc Waterfall one evening for a stroll around. Some lovely scenery to explore and have lunch if you pack a sandwich.

Thank Conor H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The walk through the tall forest to get to the Waterfall is something in itself as you're following the river bed to its source. But it is worth the walk, and if you're feeling adventurous you can continue up through the forest on a 2...More

Thank DeyonA
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful, but the midges can get thick in spots. Hike to the top is not for the feint of feet. But, you can make it.

Thank Todd T
Reviewed 2 days ago

We stopped because everyone stops. It was nice as waterfalls go. We didn't have time to take any of the walks, which probably would have been lovely. If you're just stopping to see the waterfall, don't. Get down to Innisfallen at Ross Castle.

Thank Jeff P
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Myself and my partner rode 17 miles around the national park to see the waterfull and was so worth the wait and bum ache we both got , such a beautiful place to visit able to reach by car big car park and toilet facilities...More

Thank Jade P
Reviewed 4 days ago

We went to Killarney and were advised to go see the Torc waterfall, it is amazing there is not a place like it in the world.

Thank G3489GXjohno
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Went to see torc waterfall after spending a night in killarney. It was a beautiful walk up to it and water fall was a beautiful sight to look at and to hear the water gushing. We then walked up into the wood nearby and really...More

1  Thank Susan H
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Located in Killarney, this picturesque waterfall is worth the trip. Just a few minutes outside of the city, the falls are absolutely stunning. You can catch a jaunting cart here as well, right across the road from the parking lot. The falls are only 200...More

Thank Top_Toque
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Just along the hiway before Muckross house there is a stop and carpark where you can take a horse and carriage ride with a qell knowledgable horseman for the area. You will enjoy a ride through the Muckross House estate see the House, Abbey, Lakes...More

1  Thank Graham H
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ccegan11
How far is Waterfall from St Mary's Cathedral?
18 July 2015|
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Response from Bethagee1 | Reviewed this property |
It's kinda on the other side of Killarney. Like the cathedral is in town and then Torc Waterfall is out past Muckross House in the park. Not terribly far though.
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