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Shehy Mountain is a moderate walk. The most wild area in the National Park
"Killarney National Park Shehy Mountain" Booking available on Airbnb
DISCOUNT FOR GROUPS:
Group of 7-8 €200 Private Group
5-6 €170 Private Group
4 €35 pp
3 €40 pp
2 people €45 per person
1 person €60
- Ancient oak forest and remote mountain area
- Distance of 11 km
- Total ascent 700 metres
- Duration 5 hours
- Point of max. elevation at 632 metres.
This moderate walk inside Killarney National Park is exploring the easternmost part of Shehy mountain at an elevation of 500-600 metres without reaching the summit of Shehy at 762 metres high. A remote area, with excellent view of Killarney Town & Lakes.
The route through Tomies Wood walking trail first, then a short but steep enough climb over high heather with no defined path to reach an elevation of 500-600. A very nice flat like part of the mountain to enjoy walking, have lunch break, and take some pictures.
A slow pace to descend through the tricky eastern slopes of Shehy. With view over the thick rhododendron 'forest' at the shore of Lough Leane. We back to Tomies Wood to complete the full loop walk on a relaxed green road heading to the car park.