Locals say that "in Killarney, you will find a different walking route for every day in the year". With approximately 26,000 acres to roam in Killarney National Park there is enough walking for any keen walker alone. However, Killarney also has blue flag beaches, wonderful landscapes and wilderness, the MacGillicuddy Reeks mountain range, stunning lakes and ancient oak woods all waiting to be explored as well.
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Cyclist have been coming to Killarney for years to enjoy unique trails and superb landscapes. Killarney National Park has several leisurely trails that take you past Muckross House, the Three Lakes of Killarney , the Copper Mines and many more local attractions.
The main reason why cyclists come to the Kingdom is The Ring of Kerry. Beginning from Killarney town this 179km trek is for cyclists who who want both a challenge and a serene adventure. Experienced cyclists who want to test themselves can complete the journey in one day but the majority of people do the Ring over a couple of days.
For more information about cycling trails around Killarney and Kerry visit kerrycycling.com