Killarney National Park

Cycle Killarney National Park Loop

Distance: 28km
Climbing: 196m

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This easy cycle goes through the best of Killarney National Park – much of it is on narrow but well-paved traffic-free paths. You will share it with walkers and horses, so it might be a little slow, but it is so beautiful around here that you are unlikely to mind.

This is an extremely popular place to rent a bike and cycle around, particularly for families. Bikes can be rented in Killarney town centre.

Attractions

Ross Castle is located on the edge of Lough Leane.

Muckross House is a must-see for anybody in the area.

Dinis Cottage has operated as a tea-room for over 200 years.

Torc Waterfall is not far off the route and a couple of minute’s walk from the road.

Cycle Killarney National Park Loop Useful Info

This route combines private paths with a couple of sections on the main road to Kenmare, most of which has bicycle paths, or footpaths that you can walk along if you need to do so. The majority of the sections on the main road have cycle lanes.

Bus EireannĀ runs buses from Killarney to Tralee, Cork and Waterford.

Irish RailĀ has trains from Killarney to Tralee, Cork and Dublin.

Useful Links

Bus Eireann

Irish Rail

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