Breathe in the pristine air as you experience the magic and beauty of The Wild Atlantic Way and the magnificent Kingdom that is Kerry. There are walks within easy reach of Loch Lein which are suitable for climbing and hill walking. Across the Lake enjoy Tomies Wood loop walk through beautiful Oak woodland, take a short drive to the simply stunning Gap of Dunloe or scale the reasonable hefty heights of Torc or Mangerton.
We are pleased to offer our guests the opportunity of a Guided climb of Carrauntoohill, Ireland’s highest mountain, through glaciated corries, past deep mountain lakes and along ice carved ridges to stand on Ireland’s lofty cloud strewn summit, at 1040 metres above sea level. From the top of Ireland’s highest peak savour the breathtaking views of Iveragh, Beara and Dingle Pennisulas, and as far as Skellig Michael and the Blasket islands. Discover legends and local history with an experienced and knowledgeable guide, as you explore the majestic MacGillycuddy Reeks.
The Wild Atlantic Way in Kerry is strewn with meandering walks and strolls with varying degrees of difficulty. Plod your way across scenic clifftops, wander through ruins of old Castles and Monasteries and discover the many quaint Villages that you will pass through along the way. Enjoy the panorama that is Lub na Coille (West Dingle), the history of Bray Head on Valentia Island or the crystal clear blue waters at Derrynane.