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Traverse the Kerry Way Walking Routes

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At over 200km, the Kerry Way is one of Ireland's longest signposted walking trail and also one of the most popular.

The trail starts and finishes in the busy tourist destination of Killarney.

Looping around the Iveragh Peninsula, the Kerry Way goes anti-clockwise, passing through some of the most isolated and dramatic countryside and scenic views in the country of Ireland.

Leaving Killarney, it takes in the Muckross Estate, Torc Waterfall, the Upper Lake and the Black Valley before crossing to Glencar, then goes right around the Iveragh Peninsula anticlockwise, with short offshoots to Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Caherdaniel, finally passing through Sneem, Kenmare and then back to Killarney.

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Black Valley to Glencar


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Caherciveen to Waterville


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Caherdaniel to Sneem


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Glenbeigh to Caherciveen


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Glencar to Glenbeigh


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Kenmare to Killarney


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Kenmare to killarney


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Lord Brandons Cottage to Glencar


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Sneem to Kenmare


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Waterville to Caherdaniel


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