The Kerry Way

By Sandra Bardwell

Format: Spiral bound

The Kerry Way runs for 126 miles through Ireland's most spectacular mountain landscapes, starting and finishing in the town of Killarney. This guidebook contains what you need to plan your holiday: route map in 5 panels; the Way in sections, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food; second edition fully revised after route check.

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Rucksack Readers

Rucksack Readers are guidebooks to some of the finest long-distance walks in the world. With 60-80 colour photographs each they make great souvenirs, and because they are field-tested and updated regularly they are reliable companions.

Product Description


The Kerry Way runs around Ireland's most beautiful peninsula for 126 miles (203 km), starting from Killarney. It features mountain scenery and coastal panoramas, and is rich in geology and wildlife. The book contains clear mapping, 70 photographs and is robust and waterproof. It has a special feature on the ascent of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest peak. This new edition has been fully revised and updated following a comprehensive route check.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Spiral bound
Imprint Rucksack Readers
Publication Date 25 Jun 2010
ISBN 9781898481355
Number of Pages 64

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"An eye-catching, colourful publication with clear directions, extensive background information and superb photographs ... Text panels give interesting 'asides' on Killarney National Park, Muckross House, Derrynane and the Skelligs, and a Killarney street map, are welcome additions. The most important thing, however, the walking directions are detailed and clear." from John Monaghan's review of the first ed in Irish Mountain Log (Spring 2006) "The layout is refreshingly different, with over 60 fine colour photos showing flora and fauna as well as the panoramic mountain and coastal views. There is good background information on geology, wildlife, travel and where to eat and drink ... It's a nice walk, and a superb book." from John Gillham's review of the first ed in Bootprint December 2005

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