On our drive of The Ring of Kerry. Wish we had more time to spend here. Torc Falls was a nice place to stop and take a short hike. We went up the 125 steps as well.
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I have been going to Killarney regulary for the past 20 years. Lovely town, beatiful surroundings, great people...
What a gorgeous place to visit. With its hiking trails wonderful valleys it has to be one of the best places to vist for the outdoors enthusiast. Even takinh a motor coach you'll get to see the wonderful glacier made mountains and lakes. The next...More
We had a rainy ride but honestly I think the rain enhanced our experience as the colors of green were so awesome. Loved experience with Jaunting car as it was narrated by a local Irish drive with great history. Trees & garden felt like right...More
My wife and I went here and walked all over this place. The hike to Torc waterfall is nice and not that difficult. There was not a lot of wildlife that we could see. This could be because it was September though I am not...More
Definitely recommend this park! You can get as involved as you want with hiking, biking, horse drawn tours or even boat rides on the lakes. The Torc waterfall was amazing! Definitely worth the hike up the "hill" for the breathtaking views of the Irish countryside!
We toured from the Killarney train station through Killarney National Park to Ross Castle by pony and trap. Not only was riding in the pony drawn cart a fun mode of transportation, we were off our feet and able to relax as we rode along.
We were recommended to spend a day here at Killarney National Park and we are so very grateful that we did. We would have missed out on the heart of our Ireland experience had we not journeyed here in the wonder of the enchanted surroundings....More
We started our tour at 10am from Kenmare on the N71 Ring of Kerry Road. We first encountered the Gap of Dunloe where there is a small parking lot & the famous Avoca store & cafe across the street. This area had great views of...More