4 September 2009

October Bank Holiday Hiking & Kayaking in Killarney

This October Bank Holiday climb Ireland's highest mountains, savour Kerry's dramatic scenery, explore the ruins of Muckross Abbey by night and kayak across the deep glaciated Lough Leane, with fun, like-minded people...

Saturday 24th
Hike the high peaks of Mangerton and Stoompa, past the icy waters of the Devil's Punch Bowl, contouring around the impressive cliffs of the Horse's Glen and overlooking both Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay.

That evening take a relaxing stroll through the shadows and darkness of Killarney National Park. Explore the crumbling ruins of 15th century Muckross Abbey, before returning to the luxurious warmth of Muckross Park Hotel for hot chocolate, mulled wine and spicy buns!

Sunday 25th
Climb Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain.
As you climb steeply through ice-carved corries, jagged ridges and splashing waterfalls you'll marvel at the majestic views, atmospheric swirling of misty cloud and just possibly glimpse a soaring white tailed sea eagle...

Monday 26th
Choose from a dawn, morning or afternoon kayak trip across Lough Leane, on the Lakes of Killarney. Wrapped warmly in thick wetsuits and comfortable kayaks learn the strokes needed to kayak through the wooded islands, explore secretive limestone caves and discover the local history, from lepers to Brian Boru...

  • Choose From One, Two Or All Three Days
  • All Specialist Equipment Provided
  • All Abilities Catered For

Price is €170 per person for all three days

Price Includes: Two Days Hill Walking, One Night Walk, One Half-Day Kayak Trip, Qualified Local Guides, All Specialist Equipment, Mulled Wine & Spicy Buns in Muckross Park Hotel.

Check out Muckross Park Hotel for their special offer this weekend

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