Day 1 Arrival in Glenbeigh
From your point of arrival, use the public transport information we provide to make the journey to Killarney. From Killarney, you can take another bus* on to Glenbeigh.Please remember that the last bus leaves Killarney at 15.00. There are no bus connections between Killarney and Glenbeigh on Sundays.
Day 2 Glencar to Glenbeigh13/18 Km 4-7 Hrs 340/410 Metres
You will be transferred this morning to the famous Climber’s Inn at Glencar. A track junction allows you to choose one of two routes around Seefin Mountain. Whichever one you take, they’re both beautiful!
Day 3 Glenbeigh (Mountain Stage) - Foilmore14 Km 4-6 Hrs 280 Metres
An old coach path takes you around Drung Hill to a pass above the old railway viaduct – a reminder of old local trade routes. Descend into the Ferta River Valley and continue to Foilmore.
Day 4 Foilmore (Coars Cross) - Waterville18 Km 5-7 Hrs 580 Metres
You don’t climb to any great height on today’s walk but nonetheless it may be one of the more demanding walks on your itinerary. One of Ireland’s most westerly towns, Waterville enjoys spectacular sunsets. Look out for the statue of Charlie Chaplin next to the beach.Although this walking tour as a whole is classed as 'Gentle', this particular hike is more 'Challenging'. Where possible we have tried to make this section easier by shortening it or by offering route alternatives.
Day 5 Waterville - Caherdaniel13-16 Km 4-5 Hrs 350 Metres
Hallelujah! After several days of hiking, your feet may just decide that this short walk is exactly what the doctor ordered. With the Atlantic Ocean to your right and Lough Currane to the left, this is one of Ireland’s most beautiful coastal walks. If you choose to follow the Derrynane Mass Path you can even dip your toes into the sea at one of the beautiful beaches along the way.
Day 6 Depart from Waterville
There is a bus service from Waterville to Killarney. From Killarney, continue on to Dublin, Cork or Limerick by bus or by train. Full details provided upon booking.