If you love walking and nature. This is a must. Walked 5 km from Killarney House to Ross Castle along the river. Will always remember this special day.
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By bike, by foot, running, kayaking or by boat...as you like the place is really nice and wild!!! If you like to take pictures, meditation or be in a quiet place, that the one! (even if there is quite a lot of tourists) PS: some...More
Great and first National Park in Ireland. Worth a visit. You can spend a whole day there hiking, seeing historic mansions and eating and shopping in Killarney city centre.
We drove through this park on parts of three consecutive days. At various time during our trips, we drank in the views, hiked, viewed the Torc Waterfall and visited Muckross House and Gardens. All the views and activities were well worth our time. We were...More
We played golf at the Killarney Golf and Fishing Club in the park and then took a scenic drive through the park, stopping at Ross Castle. Beautiful area.
A very narrow road will wind you through the very varied terrain, up and down hills and around curves. Stop for a hike at a waterfall, to walk around the grounds of the Muckross House, or to just take in the views.
We took a jaunting car through part of the Park on our way to Ross Castle. The scenery in the park was just beautiful. Only wish we had more time to do a bit of hiking but would recommend visiting Killarney National Park.
Killarney National Park is what a visit to Killarney is all about. It offers beautiful scenery, good activities, good nature walking, historical sites and good organised tours. Something for everyone and for all ages. Access by foot, car or "jaunting car" it is immediately adjacent...More