Walking the Ring of Kerry

November 9, 2020 2:31 pm


Ireland is home to some of the most amazing scenery on earth. Known as the Emerald Isle, this beautiful land has plenty of fantastic walking routes that will take your breath away, and for people who enjoy being out in the wilderness there is nowhere better.


Head to this camping store Dublin based https://basecamp.ie/ to get all your supplies and head off into the Irish wilderness to enjoy your own taste of Ireland.


One of the most popular walks in Ireland is the ring of Kerry – with good reason! Here is a brief guide to walking the ring of Kerry and what you can expect…

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In the south west of Ireland, County Kerry there is a route taking you in a circle. At 179km in length, it is not something that you can complete in a day on foot, but on the route you will see the impressive landscape that Ireland is famous for – the wild Atlantic coastline from the clifftops, white sandy beaches and further inland beautiful mountainous landscapes of Glencar.


It is also a walk where wildlife lovers may be able to spot a lot of the local animals that live around this area – from herds of wild red deer, to white tailed eagles and even the native red squirrel. The ancient forests filled with oak trees are perfect places to see the wildlife.

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There are lots of lovely towns and villages that you can stop and look around whilst on your route too, where you can find out more of the history of the local area, enjoy some excellent food and browse the shops.