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Horse Riding Ireland: Kerry
Horseback Riding in Killarney - Daily Equestrian Tours in Killarney
National Park - The guided Killarney Reeks Trail -
Horse Riding on the Ring of Kerry



Horse Riding Ireland: Kerry
Notorious for its beauty, celebrated for the grandeur of its scenery, Killarney is one of the best loved tourist spots in the world.

Located in the south-western corner of Ireland, with its three famous lakes reflecting the ever changing skies above the immense mountain ranges, Killarney has inspired poets and painters for many centuries.
The Killarney Riding Stables are to be found just 1 mile from the heart of Killarney town.
Being close to the Killarney National Park, the laid-back customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours.


Daily Equestrian Tours in Killarney National Park:
Killarney Riding Stables also offer daily rides in the Killarney National Park for 1, 2 or 3 hours.

The trails run through the park alongside Lough Lein, (the largest of the three lakes in Killarney) on to Ross Castle and Ross Island as far as Library point, panoramic views of Innisfallen island, the Kenmare estate and the majestic mountains surrounding Killarney can all be magnificently observed.

Guides supervise all rides and take special care of nervous or beginner riders, all levels of riding experience are catered for and riders are grouped according to their aptitude.

Killarney Reeks Trail (6 Days):
The Guided Killarney Reeks Trail:
This trail provides an opportunity, like never before, to explore the highlands of Kerry, with Ireland's highest mountain range, the dramatic MacGillycuddy Reeks.
Ride through mountain tracks and country lanes and some of the beaches at Waterville and on the splendid 6.4km (4 miles) stretch of golden sand at Rossbeigh. The Iveragh Peninsula, with much archaeological and historic interest, extends south-west for nearly 40 miles from Killarney and its climax is the world famous Ring of Kerry.
Accommodation in Killarney, Glenbeigh and Waterville is included in the holiday with luggage moved between each accommodation every day. Lunch is also provided daily.
The trail is at all times accompanied by an veteran guide and extra assistance is given to nervous riders.
Horseriding on the Ring of Kerry.

Killarney Riding Stables,
Ballydowney,
Killarney,
Co. Kerry,
Ireland.

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or phone us:
00 353 64 31686

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Fax: 00 353 64 34119
E-Mail: krs@eircom.net

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