Trail riding Kerry
Horse-riding at the beach
To the sea
Trail riding Nationalpark
The trail operates from April to October and is a 6 night
/ 5 day or a 3 nights / 2 days trail ride with accommodation in Killarney, Glenbeigh
and Waterville. Luggage is moved to each accommodation. (Accommodation
is based on Twin Room Occupancy)
- Assemble at Killarney Riding Stables. With riders, horses
and all luggage ready for transfer, the day begins with
a short trip to the base of Seefirtn Mountain, where the
first days ride starts. When horses and riders have been
introduced, the ride heads off, arid up over the \Vindy
Gap, viewing the splendour of Caragh Lake and the valley
beyond. The ride then continues on to Coomasaham Lake enclosed
by Horseshoe Mountain, followed by a scenic ride over an
Irish Bog, finishing for the day at our stable in Mountain
overnight stop tor Sunday and Monday nights is by the quaint
village of Glenbeigh. (Glenbeigh comes from Beithe, the
Glen of the Birch Trees).
almost entirely by mountains, Glenbeigh offers a famous
friendliness and humour which is nowhere better found than
in this tranquil and charming region of Kerry.
- After breakfast riders are collected and return to the
stables of the previous evening to begin Mondays ride. The
day is spend on Rossbeigh Beach, galloping along stretches
of golden sand, returning from the beach via Cliff Road.
- Riders are collected after breakfast and the Luggage is
ready for transfer to Waterville. A morning ride takes horse
and rider from Kells Station through the bogs of Cnoc Bawn
and on to Liss Bawn, taking in some spectacular views of
Caherciveen and it's surrounds. Lunch is served alongside
a nearby forestry. After lunch continue on through Island
Boy and the Inny Valley. Finishing for the day alongside
the Tulligane Woods.
The overnight stop for Tuesday and Wednesday is spent by
the coastal village of Waterville. Waterville (the little
whirlpool), nestles on a narrow strip of land between Lough
Currane and the Atlantic Ocean, in the very centre of south-west
Kerry. Situated as it is between the seashore and the impressive
mountains and headlands, the area has many interesting routes
to offer and many fine beaches.
- Collection from your accommodation after breakfast. Wednesday
brings an adventurous morning spent in Tullingane Woods.
Lunching alongside the Inny River and at an old school house.
Afterwards, a scenic ride into Waterville via Old Glencar
/ Waterville road, along the shores of the famous fishing
lake, Lough Currane.
- On Thursday the final accommodation transfer is made.
The day begins with a brisk ride to Waterville beach,
spending the morning enjoying some exciting gallops.
The panorama of Hoggs Head and Ballinskelligs Bay conjures
up the afternoon ride in Waterville. Afterwards, both
horses and riders are transferred back to Killarney.
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