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Killarney Guided Walks

57 Lower New Street | outside O’sheas Funeral Home, Killarney, Ireland
+353 87 639 4362
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Guided Killarney National Park Walking Tour
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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57 Lower New Street | outside O’sheas Funeral Home, Killarney, Ireland
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+353 87 639 4362

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Reviewed yesterday

Went on a guilded tour of the national park hosted by Richard and his beautiful dog Rua. Thoroughly enjoyable. Diolch yn fawr, Richard!

Thank Bengjones
Reviewed 3 days ago

Richard and his awesome Irish setter Rua took us on a peaceful journey off the beaten path in Killarney National Park. We would never have explored this region on our own. We set a leisurely pace, with Richard conversing with us as a local would,...More

Thank ajz747
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Go raibh mile maith agaibh ( thank you) Amy, Linda, Rec and Dave for walking with Rua and I. The weather was nice, and the wildlife showed up just a pity that the local in question didn't give us a song. If you twisted his...More

Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Thursday 18th May Just spent an enjoyable two hours walking with Richard and his dog in Killarney national park.......what a relaxing and informative 2 hours......I'd recommend it to anybody (young or old). Well done Richard and Rua (the dog)More

Thank paul_henigan
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Thanks to you Paul and your lovely wife Catherine (isn't it my memory is going) we were lucky that the weather was kind to us. I just love this time of the year in the outdoors everything is so fresh, and the air so good....More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wife and I were the only participants on this delightful amble through the beautiful national park. Led by Rua and Richard Clancy highlights of the walk included local news obtained by encountering locals all of whom knew our guide who is a retired postman...More

Thank Ann S
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Thanks Ann and Ken for your lovely review we were lucky to have such lovely sunny weather. This enabled us to stay away from the beaten path for most of the walk, and you both seemed to enjoy this part as we saw plenty of...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had a fantastic walk this afternoon. It ended up just being me, Richard and Rua but it was perfect. Richard took my preferences into account and we had a bit of an adventure exploring the National Park. He also gave me top survival tips for...More

Thank Emma C
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

I am delighted Emma that you enjoyed our two hour walk in the Ross Castle area, and we had a nice dry day for our off the beaten path hike. I think the wild garlic, and bluebells add to the scene very much. Must put...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did a guided walk wit Richard Clancy and Rua the dog. We set off on our walk at 11am and started from Neptunes Hostel. Richard was very informative and helpful as he guided us through the nation park. He made sure we all knew...More

1  Thank kilrushscp
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Go raibh mile maith agaibh go léir thanks for walking with me even though I was tested to the limit as my legs are not getting any younger. The students are a great credit to the school, and their families but most of all to...More

Reviewed 8 April 2017

A 2 hour walk in the beautiful woods - a perfect way to explore Killarney National Park without getting lost. Here's what to expect: - You will have a great walk. We covered lots of different terrain - old manor houses, swamp land, lake fronts,...More

1  Thank bbs122
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Go raibh maith agat (thanks) for the lovely review so well written I will have to appoint you as my P.R.O. Enjoy the Summer. Slán go fóill (bye a while) Richard

Reviewed 6 April 2017

I went on one of the walks in Sept. with two other women, Richard, and Richard's soulful, sweet, red setter, Rua. Rua impressed me as she showed us the way and sat quietly watching three deer by water's edge. We took in a lot of...More

2  Thank beautywalks
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Thanks for your lovely review I am happy that you enjoyed the walk so much. Slán (bye), Richard agus Rua

Reviewed 4 April 2017

Thank you Richard for the very interesting guide through the Killarney national park on St.Patrick´s day. Although it was raining heavily and Richard already had a busy day, he took his time to show me parts of the national park, you wouldn`t find as a...More

2  Thank Melanie160317
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Go raibh maith agat (vielan danke) thank you very much Melanie. I am glad you enjoyed the walk. Slán (bye) Richard

Reviewed 9 March 2017

A fantastic guided tour of the National Park by Richard and lovely pal (dog) Rua. It was not a good day to walk so Richard offered to pick us up at the hotel drive my daughter and I to so many amazing points of interest....More

2  Thank Jane R
Gortrua, Owner at Killarney Guided Walks, responded to this review

Thanks Jane and Ciara for the great review I enjoyed the tour very much myself. Safe travel.

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Rich P
What time does this start and end? Also, how safe is the Heaven's Gate....are the sheer drops far enough from the trail or is the trail wide enough that they won't bother people with fear of heights? We've done the Grand Canyon and there were sheer drops but the trail was 6-8 feet wide, so it was OK
20 March 2017|
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Response from Gortrua | Property representative |
The climb of Irelands highest mountain starts at 9am finishes about 5. No sheer drops on the Heavenly Gates but there is a bit of scrambling involved on what is a sheep track but you are rewarded by great views of the... More
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Tone7109
Ciao Dopo essere stato attratto dal parco nazionale di killarney mi chiedevo come posso contattare Richard per una escursione insieme al suo simpatico cane. Noi siamo un gruppo di 16 persone.
15 July 2015|
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Response from Gortrua | Property representative |
Devo sapere la data che vi interessa........contatare Richard 00 353 (0)87 639 4362 Molto grazie.
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