The Kerry Way
The Kerry Way covers a wide variety of terrain, from the firm footing of tarmac roads to more rugged sections out on wild mountainous countryside. The trail follows small roads commonly known to the Irish as 'boreens', long-abandoned coach roads and mass paths that are now overgrown with grass but nonetheless quite firm underfoot. There are also sections that cross through forestry, national parks and farmland which can get quite boggy in places.
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Lisleibane Loop Walk
Distance: 8km / 2hrs - 2hrs30min Ascent 300m/200m
Grade: Moderate - to suit all levels of fitness Minimum Gear: Hiking boots, raingear, fluid, snack and mobile phone. Services:
Beaufort (12km), Killarney (22km) Terrain: Sandy paths and mountain tracks Trailhead: Liseibane, Beaufort, Co. Kerry.
Cronins Yard Loop Walk
Distance: 8km / 2hrs - 2.5hrs
Grade: Moderate. Gear: Hiking boots, Raingear, Fluid and Moblie phone
Cronins Yard at the entrance to Hag's Glen is a traditional starting point for ascents of Carrauntoohil but can also be a starting point for a shorter loop walk This walk, through remote parts of MacGillycuddy's Reeks, takes in some of our most spectacular scenery.