Kerry Way (Lickeen)

Trail description

The Kerry Way is one of Ireland's longest long-distance way marked trails at over 200 km, starting in Killarney and looping around the Iveragh Peninsula.  The 3.7 km section that runs though Lickeen wood is truly picturesque and offers the walker a true feeling of seclusion and oneness with nature.  The old woodland setting, the proximity to the Caragh River and the opportunity to take a fast detour onto the shores of Drombane Lough all make this section special.  The many wild flowers and ferns that trace the edges of the forest paths and the bryophytes that rest upon the boulders under the forest canopy make this a very interesting venture for the nature enthusiast.  

Trail Name: Kerry Way (Lickeen)
Recreation Site: Lickeen  [view site]
Trail Start Point: Parking Area
Time: 50
Degree of Difficulty: Easy   View Trail Grade Definitions
Metres Climb: 20
Attributes: Linear Trail (Point A to B)
Finish Point: Edge of forest property
Trail Way marking:yellow