Killarney Mountain Festival Torc
Killarney Mountain Festival is a celebration of the wonders of the hills and mountains of the outdoor adventure capital of Ireland.

Killarney Mountain Festival

 Gap of Dunloe
For many people, the Gap of Dunloe trip is the ultimate way to experience the best that Killarney has to offer.

Gap of Dunloe Trip View from Knockreer
The Circular Walk in the Knockreer area of Killarney National Park is an ideal way to experience the Park without venturing too far from town.

Circular Walk Knockreer, Killarney

Killarney hosts a day long celebration of all things American on the 4th of July.

4th of July - Gaelic Roots dancer
Gaelic Roots : The Show - An exciting Irish Music, Song and Dance live show in the heart of Killarney.

Gaelic Roots : The Show Ross aerial shot
Ross golf course is a compact and charming parkland course located within walking distance of Killarney town centre. 

Ross Golf Course

Innisfallen is a magical, special place that needs only a couple of hours of your time. In return, you will be rewarded with an enchanting experience that will linger with you long after you leave the island.

Innisfallen – An enchanted island

The Old Kenmare Road is a superb trail that cuts through Killarney National Park as part of the Kerry Way long distance trail. It is a magical experience that takes you back in time and back to nature.

Old Kenmare Road Glena
Glena Cottage - Lonely ruins cloaked by the the woods of Killarney National Park

Glena Cottage Hike Descending Strickeen
Strickeen : The most accessible of all the peaks of the McGillycuddy Reeks mountain range.

Strickeen Mountain

Killarney Playground
The children's playground in Killarney is appropriately located within the playground known as Killarney National Park. If you have kids with you, make a visit to the playground part of your experience within Killarney National Park

Killarney Playground

The Old Weir Bridge is one of Killarney’s oldest structures and it has seen thousands of visitors pass over and under its famous arches for centuries. Make sure to experience the magical setting of the Old Weir Bridge in Killarney National Park.

Old Weir Bridge

“The MacGillycuddy's Reeks: People and Places of Ireland's Highest Mountain Range” is the spectacular new photographic book by award winning photographer, Valerie O’Sullivan.

Book Review: ‘The McGillycuddy’s Reeks’

"Parklight" by Norman McCloskey is the first photography book dedicated to capturing the magic of Killarney National Park.

Book Review: Parklight

The Muckross boat trip - a fabulous trip from the Old Boathouse of Muckross House to Dinis Cottage under the slopes of Torc mountain on Muckross Lake.

The Muckross Boat Trip

Killarney parkrun - A timed 5km run through the Muckross area of Killarney National Park. Every Saturday at 9:30 am at Muckross Traditional Farms.

Killarney parkrun

Torc mountain - home to the famous waterfall of the same name. The path to the summit rewards moderate effort with superb views of Killarney National Park.

Torc Mountain

On Ross Island, copper has been mined for thousands of years. Today, no copper ore remains but a wonderful trail through the island now takes its place.

The Copper Mines of Ross Island

Experience the magic of Muckross on the Muckross Gardens 5k running route through some of the best loved parts of Killarney National Park.

Muckross Gardens 5k Muckross Abbey Dawn
A 5km running route around Muckross House and Abbey through some of the most popular parts of Killarney National Park. Experience the magic of Muckross in 5km!

Muckross House & Abbey 5k Knockreer Signpost
Discover 5 of the best 5k runs in Killarney National Park. Parkland paths, lakeshore trails and woodland tracks around the shores of the Lakes of Killarney.

5 of the best 5k runs in Killarney Governors Rock View
The Governor's Rock is a panoramic cliff top viewing point on the shores of Lough Leane on Ross Island, Killarney National Park.

Governor’s Rock, Ross Island

Experience a showcase of traditional Irish music, song and dance in Killarney with Celtic Steps.

Celtic Steps : The Show Reeks over Cotters Field
Enjoy this 5 mile route of paved paths around Knockreer and Ross Castle in Killarney National Park. 8 kilometres through woods and parkland and along lakeshore and riverbank.

Knockreer & Ross Castle 5 Mile Loop