The Kerry Way walk, in County Kerry Ireland.
The Kerry Way Walk is over 200km long, the Kerry Way is one of the world’s longest signposted walking trail and one of the most popular. The trail starts and finishes in the tourist town of Killarney. The kerry way walk travels around the Iveragh Peninsula, then goes anti-clockwise, passing through some of the most isolated and dramatic countryside in the country. Returning to killarney with many bed and breakfast along the way. You will be spoiled for choice accommodation.
Kerry Way Walkers paradise.
The Kerry Way walk is long walk and has been broken down into nine different stages. Most often people will walk the trail over nine days, this is extremely demanding. To those wishing to make their Kerry Way experience more of a holiday than an endurance test, our advice is to allow for some extra time – either by including rest days or decreasing the distance walked each day. Or even do half and half as in half this visit and half for another visit.
View along the Kerry Way Walk
8 Suggested Stages of the Kerry Way Walk
Killarney to Black Valley Stage1 Black Valley to Glencar Glencar to Glenbeigh Glenbeigh to Caherciveen Caherciveen to Waterville Waterville to Caherdaniel Caherdaniel to Sneem Sneem to Kenmare Kenmare to Killarney.