time to brush the winter cobwebs off your walking boots and get ready for the
inaugural Killarney Mountain Festival.
Killarney Mountain festival takes place in the stunningly picturesque town of
Killarney with endless walking and trekking options to suit all levels and all
practically on your doorstep.
The Mountain Festival is styled after the
hugely successful and popular Kendal Mountain Festival which is hosted each
year in Cumbria on the edge of the Lake District it makes the unusual
combination of being a film festival and a festival of the outdoors, with a
focus on all things mountain- and adventure-related.
The programme features screenings of short and feature length documentaries about outdoor adventures in venues around the city.
There are also talks from the likes of
Scottish wilderness hiker Cameron McNeish and surfer and environmentalist Cal
Major, as well as adventures into the mountains themselves.
Come, engage and truly immerse yourself in this amazing weekend spectacle & celebration of all things adventure and mountain related by partaking in our wide and varied festival programme of walking, trekking and climbing activities.
There is something to suit all levels and aspirations, from fun filled family treasure hunts to informative guided walks through ancient oak forests and along beautifully tranquil lake shores showing you the awe-inspiring delights of the spectacular Killarney National park.
Should you be looking to try something a little more energetic and adventurous then why not book on one of our guided mountain treks and climbs with the award winning and leading guiding company of the region – KerryClimbing.ie
and surrounds possess some of the very finest wild mountain landscapes and
spectacular scenery in Ireland. Marvellous peaks, wild and remote mountain
valleys, high lonely coums and memorable rugged sea cliffs.
The entire area is steeped in fascinating human and geological history as well as having a wide and varied wildlife.
The MacGillycuddy’s Reeks mountains of Kerry are Ireland’s highest mountains and include the only three peaks in Ireland over 1000 metres, Corrán Tuathail at a lofty 1039 metres, Binn Chaorach at 1010mtrs and Caher standing at 1001 metres.
Trek, scramble and climb amongst
these magnificent peaks and valleys during the day and then unwind, relax and
be inspired by the exciting evening programme of workshops, lectures and
mountain film screenings.
When you book on one of the scheduled treks and walks you will be looked after by a fully qualified, insured & highly experienced mountain guide who will share with you a wealth of information on the area, it’s ancient history, geology, flora and fauna, along with lots of entertaining & interesting tales from these mountains, gained through many years spent climbing their slopes along with all important local knowledge. You will be given assistance, encouragement, and guidance and will never have to worry about navigation or route finding.
To Get in Touch
2nd Floor Tourist
Information Office, Beech Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Contact: +353 87 4181552