• The former railway around Caherciveen

    On the 12th of August in 1893 the railway connection from Killorglin to Reenard Point, just beyond Caherciveen, was opened as part of the Farranfor...
  • Drung Hill Packs a Punch

    Drung Hill is a 640m tall hill in an area called Mountain Stage, between Kells and Glenbeigh. It is best known for the railway tunnels part of the former Farranfore to Valencia railway that cut through the lower slopes of the mountain – they are clearly visible form the Ring of Kerry road. I checked it out and it did not disappoint!
  • The Creepy Reenroe Hotel

    Just a few miles outside Waterville, along the fine Inny strand, are the ruins of the former Reenroe (Rinn Rua or Waterville Beach) Hotel. Along th...
  • Bray Head Loop Walk

    Valentia Island lies at the western edge of Europe, and at the very edge of the island you’ll find Bray Head. A 6 km looped walk has been set out here, and Apache and I decided to check it out.
  • The newly set out Reenroe Cliff Walk

    I checked out the new little signposted walk set out from the starting point at Reenroe strand: the Reenroe Cliff walk.
  • Coomcallee is Waterville’s stunning backdrop

    Coomcallee is the iconic mountain that towers over Lough Currane behind quaint Waterville. Ever since moving down to this area I’ve been wanting to check it out. And, since the last time I posted about a hike on my blog dates back to October, it was about time.
  • Kiddy-friendly hike up Beenarourke and Knockstooka

    After my hike around Farraniaragh on the east side of the Coomakista Pass a few days ago, today Kaya and I went to the other side of said pass: Beenarourke and Knockstooka.
  • Coomloughra Horseshoe Walk over Ireland’s Tallest Mountains

    This is one of the most famous mountain hikes in County Kerry. It takes in the three tallest mountains on the island. I had been wanting to walk it...

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