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Carrantoohil

Dunloe, Killarney, Ireland
+353 66 976 9244
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Ring of Kerry Rail Trip from Dublin
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Ireland's highest peak.
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  • Very good10%
  • Average1%
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“cronins yard” (20 reviews)
“highest peak” (17 reviews)
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Dunloe, Killarney, Ireland
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+353 66 976 9244
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Little over a 17 km route if you leave from Cronin's yard. Handy car park at Cronins yard €2 a go. They have a coffee shop with toilets, showers etc. there if you need it. Great walk up the valley splitting the two lakes before...More

Thank diveshark1
Reviewed 3 August 2017

To start with we headed down from Meath on Friday afternoon, on arriving we met John from Croinin's Yard who couldn't have been more helpful. After pitching the tent and enjoying the views we settled down for the next day. I brought my two children...More

Thank garywcstanley
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Two days ago i had one of the greatest experiences in my life. I met up with the experienced guide john o'sullivan and two other guys,clive and noah (not sure about the spelling)and climbed up carrantoohil.we followed a less touristy trail toto reach the top...More

Thank francesca a
Reviewed 28 July 2017

As of the last four years, there are no dogs allowed on this range of mountains - there was sheep worrying by tourists dogs. So we didn't get out of the car park and went to the coast instead. Strange how the Lake District can...More

Thank kerry_hood
Reviewed 27 July 2017

great views but make sure to go prepared with proper hiking clothes and plenty of water, snack and your mobile

Thank Brendan D
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Challenging walk but enjoyable, the views are fantastic. But make sure you check weather and go with someone.

Thank gummidge73
Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

I feel like many of the reviews prior to the past 3 have glazed over the fact that Devils Ladder is a full out (scary at times) vertical scramble. This is not for the faint of heart! Being in moderately good shape (recovering from hip...More

Thank rachelgB6228WX
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

A great hike that has amazing views, if you can get a good day! We went up the devil's ladder and down the zig zags. Devil's ladder is steep and requires some scrambling. Takes about 2 hours to get to the summit this way. Hiking...More

Thank emmaemccarthy
Reviewed 17 July 2017

I am no climber, yet I made it up and down in 5.5hrs. Starts off nice and gentle and then the devils ladder sorts you out. But it is worth it all just to climb the highest mountain in Ireland.

Thank John O
Reviewed 16 July 2017

One of the most scenic walks in the British Isles! Even in July it is relatively quiet, and the views from Carrantoohill and neighbouring peaks are spectacular. The Devil's ladder route is a challenging walk/scramble, but not a climb. Parked a Cronin's yard (excellent tea...More

Thank mjh0017
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Billy O
18 February 2016|
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Response from Usia1983 |
It is about 18 km from Killarney towards Killorglin. After 7km road N72 behind Killarney turn left in the direction of Gap of Dunloe (Gap Rd.) At the end of the turn in the direction of Carrantoohil narrow road to the car... More
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jmstroh3
15 April 2015|
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Response from Aitch22 | Reviewed this property |
"Yes...BUT" - it is a rocky, harsh and steep environment. Don't travel alone, take several layers of clothing, sufficient energy snacks and water (min 2L per person). A torch/lamp, mobile phone (with spare charged battery... More
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