Killarney Cycling Routes

Killarney Cycling Routes

Muckross

Directly opposite the Killarney Bike Rental depot is the cycle path to the National Park. After passing fine views of Loch Lein your first stop is Muckross Abbey. Built in 1448, it was founded as a Franciscan friary by local chieftain Donal McCarthy Mor…

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Cycling to Ross Castle and Ross Island

Ross Castle and Knockreer

Cross the road to the cycle path and turn right for Killarney town for 2km. At the first roundabout, at the junction of Muckross Road/Countess Road, is the entrance to Killarney House and Gardens. Please exercise great care as this is a busy road with vehicular traffic…

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Cycling in Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park

Directly opposite our Killarney Bike Rental depot is the cycle path to the National Park. After passing fine views of Loch Lein, our first stop is Muckross Abbey – look out for it on your left. At the Y-junction turn left for about 200 yards to the abbey…

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Cycling the Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry traditionally starts in Killarney town, heading in an anti-clockwise direction towards the first town on the route, Killorglin. Built on the river Laune, this lively town is famous for one of Ireland’s oldest festivals, Puck Fair which takes place every August…

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Cycling the Dingle Peninsula

Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula (Chorca Dhuibhne) is another beautiful part of the Kingdom of Kerry, just waiting to be explored. With the beautiful beaches of Inch and Ventry to the south and the mighty Mount Brandon to the north, the peninsula has a varied landscape…

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Muckross Road (100m from Gleneagle Hotel and beside Flesk Caravan Park, opposite Killarney National Park - FREE PARKING),
Killarney, Co Kerry,
Ireland V93 D6PN

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Tel (from Ireland): 087 236 3044
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Latitude = 52.0430648 / Longitude = -9.4992853

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