The Kerry Way is one of Ireland’s most popular and longest walking trails covering 200 kms in length. The start and finish of this loop walk on the Iveragh Peninsula is Killarney. Despite some of the highest peaks of Ireland being in Kerry, this walk follows lower ridges. Passing through this isolated countryside offers the experience a wide and varied landscape, as well as walk on a variety of terrain from tarmac roads to mountains, to forests and national parks.
Recommended itinerary is in an anticlockwise direction around the peninsula; however, it can also be walked in a clockwise direction. (Signs on the route have yellow arrows on both sides of the posts)