The Kerry Way is genuinely spectacular with a wide variety of terrain. Our route covered  110 miles over 10 days including a rest day (I use the term “rest” loosely) during which we visited Skellig Michael island.  During this journey we experienced the natural beauty of Ireland.  From Killarney National Park to remote valleys, rugged mountains, historical sites, and wild seacoasts this area in southwestern Ireland is a true gem. Remember to click the links within the text!

Day 1 – Killarney to Black Valley

Day 2 – Black Valley to Glencar

Day 3 – Glencar to Glenbeigh

Day 4 – Glenbeigh to Failte Farmhouse (near Cahersiveen)

Day 5 – Failte Farmhouse to Waterville

Day 6 – Skellig Michael Island (A Rest Day)

Day 7 – Waterville to Caherdaniel

Day 8 – Thidwick B&B to Sneem

Day 9 – Sneem to Kenmare

Day 10 – Kenmare to Ladies View

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