The Kerry Way is genuinely spectacular with a wide variety of terrain, opening to us the natural beauty of Ireland. From Killarney National Park to remote valleys, rugged mountains, historical sites and wild seacoasts, this path is a true gem, wholly within County Kerry in southwest Ireland.  Our route covered 110 miles over 10 days including a rest day (“rest” is used loosely here) during which we visited the rugged Skellig Michael Island.  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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