Welcome to our guide on the mesmerizing walks in Killarney National Park. As you journey with FlightLink, we want to ensure you make the most of your time in Killarney. Here's a brief overview of the park and some of the best trails you can explore.
About Killarney National Park
Nestled in the heart of Kerry, Killarney National Park is a UNESCO biosphere reserve, boasting the magnificent MacGillycuddy's Reeks, vast woodlands, and legendary lakes. Whether you're an avid hiker or a casual walker, the park offers something for everyone.
Top Trails to Explore
Knockreer Circular Walk: A smooth paved path suitable for both walking and cycling, this trail offers breathtaking views of Lough Leane and the MacGillycuddy Reeks.
Muckross House to Torc Waterfall Lake Loop: A moderately challenging walk, it takes you past scenic limestone cliffs and offers a spectacular view of the 18m high Torc Waterfall.
Ross Island Mining Trail: Perfect for history enthusiasts, this trail leads you around Ireland’s earliest known metal mines.
The Old Kenmare Road: Torc to Incheens: A part of the longer Kerry Way, this trail meanders through the uplands of the park and is a treat for seasoned walkers.
The Mass Path: Derrycunnihy Church to Lord Brandon’s Cottage: Traverse beneath ancient oak trees, cross streams, and pass by abandoned ruins on this picturesque trail.
Tips for a Great Experience:
Always wear appropriate footwear, especially for trails that might be rough or muddy.
Keep an eye out for the park's wildlife, including the elusive red deer and the white-tailed sea eagle.
After your walk, consider visiting nearby attractions like Ross Castle or Muckross House.
Getting There with FlightLink
FlightLink offers daily direct services between Killarney and Dublin Airport, making it convenient for you to explore the beauty of Killarney National Park. While we focus on ensuring a smooth journey for you, we also believe in enriching your travel experience by sharing the wonders of the destinations we connect.
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Safe Travels & Happy Hiking!