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A breathtaking boatride through the Lakes of Killarney.

Our Gap of Dunloe Tour is more of an adventure than a tour! The tour is a full day adventure encompassing a boat journey through the Three Lakes of Killarney . Clients will experience the breathtaking beauty of the Gap of Dunloe and return by bus transfer.

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By boat cruise, jaunting cart tour... or both, pride of the lakes cruise scenic tours of lough leane, jaunting car tour discover killarney national park, combination tour get a unique killarney experience.

15th Century Ross Castle viewed from Killarney National Park

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Soak up the tranquil landscapes and reflecting waters of Lough Leane from a comfortable, covered, heated vessel: MV Pride of the Lakes. Live commentary helps you enjoy scenery from the peaks of Magillycuddy’s Reeks to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey, and maybe even spot eagles or sika deer. Multiple departures daily.

Cruise the beautiful Lakes of  Killarney   with the M.V Pride of the Lakes. Setting sail from the 15th century Ross Castle , enjoy our eco-friendly tour on Lough Leane. Or experience the sights of Killarney National Park from the traditional Jaunting Car. Operating all year-round, the Killarney Jaunting car trip is a “must” for every one visiting Killarney. Full commentary on our tours are provided by Billy “the Jarvey” and Johnny, “the Skipper” of the MV Pride of the Lakes. 

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Cruise Killarney's beautiful lakes with the M.V Pride of the Lakes. Family Tickets Available

Killarney Experience

Combine our cruise and jaunting car tour for a unique experience. *price based on 4 people

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Explore Killarney National Park from a traditional Jaunting Car. *price based on 4 people

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Killarney Scenic Tours

Our scenic tours on Lough Leane, Killarney’s largest and most picturesque lake, and Killarney National Park offers fantastic sights of many famous heritage attractions including Ross Castle, O’Sullivan Cascade and the monastic ruins of Inisfallen Island. This Killarney waterbus tour is an enjoyable Killarney’s lakes and mountains trip to relax and view Killarney lakes and mountains. This Killarney Lake tour lasts approximately one hour.

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Ross Castle is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland.

Cruising the Lakes of Killarney

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Killarney, take it all in...

Our tour offers a unique opportunity to experience Killarney National Park. Relax and enjoy all the scenic beauty of Killarney. This is a spectacular experience, taking in the scenes of gentle low land, scattered islands on the lake in the shadow of the towering ruggedness of the McGillcuddy Reeks Mountain Range and learn about the flora, fauna and historical heritage of the area.

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Killarney, Half Day Cycle & Boat Tour, Kerry, Ireland – Top Things to Do

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  • Distance 53 km
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  • Min altitude 17 m
  • Climb 377 m
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This unique half day trip is highly recommended and involves both land and water! - A leisurely 24km cycle taking approx. 2 hours. - A spectacular 15km boat trip through the world famous lakes of Killarney taking approx. 1.5 hours.

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Ross Castle with Mangerton and Torc

-  Start by renting a bike in Killarney Town. Some roads on this route may be quiet but be aware of traffic at all times. -  Cycle into the National Park at any number of points around the town. -  Take the new cycle and walking path at Knockrear near the Cathedral all the way to the Killarney Golf and Fishing Club -  Here you will join the main road until the turn off for the Gap of Dunloe and Kate Kearneys Cottage -  You can stop for refreshments at Kate Kearney's if you like :)

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-  From Lord Brandons the boat takes you on the famous Lakes of Killarney -  First through the Upper Lake and the Long Range with views of Purple, Sheahy and Torc Mountains -  Past the unique Dinis Cottage, the Old Weir Bridge and the meeting of the waters where two lakes meet -  Into Muckross Lake, under Brickeen Bridge and into Lough Leane

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  • Kate Kearney's Cottage
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There are plenty of other tours in the around so please find one that is right for you or your group. Plan your walk by checking the weather, sunrise sunset times and our hiking checklist on our website https://www.activeme.ie/useful-info/planning-a-trip/ .

This unique half day trip is highly recommended and involves both land and water! – A leisurely 24km cycle taking approx. 2 hours. – A spectacular 15km boat trip through the world famous lakes of Killarney taking approx. 1.5 hours.

–  Start by renting a bike in Killarney Town. Some roads on this route may be quiet but be aware of traffic at all times. –  Cycle into the National Park at any number of points around the town. –  Take the new cycle and walking path at Knockrear near the Cathedral all the way to the Killarney Golf and Fishing Club –  Here you will join the main road until the turn off for the Gap of Dunloe and Kate Kearneys Cottage –  You can stop for refreshments at Kate Kearney’s if you like 🙂

–  From Lord Brandons the boat takes you on the famous Lakes of Killarney –  First through the Upper Lake and the Long Range with views of Purple, Sheahy and Torc Mountains –  Past the unique Dinis Cottage, the Old Weir Bridge and the meeting of the waters where two lakes meet –  Into Muckross Lake, under Brickeen Bridge and into Lough Leane

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  • Lord Brandon’s Cottage

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The Killarney Boat Tour takes you on a trip back in time through a landscape untouched for thousands of years. Tour through a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve by boat and enjoy the trip through the 25,000 year old Gap of Dunloe by bike, pony & carriage or hiking.

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Killarney National Park

Our day tour passes along by the mountains, lakes and ancient oakwoods of Ireland’s premier National Park.

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The Killarney Boat Tour starts and finishes at Ross Castle, the 15th Century fortress on the shores of Léin, Killarney’s Lake of Learning .

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Explore the Long Range

Enjoy your boat trip from Killarney’s Upper Lake along the Long Range river to the Meeting of the Waters and Muckross Lake.

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The Gap of Dunloe- Boat and Bike Trip From Killarney, Ireland

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My favourite memory of my 2 week trip to Ireland is my day in Killarney, where I did a boat and bike trip to the Gap of Dunloe.

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A boat tour of the Lakes of Killarney, followed by a bike ride through the Gap of Dunloe, showcases the very best of Killarney National Park and surrounding area. From castles, ruins, and quaint cottages, to peaceful waterways, mountain views, and wildlife sightings, this trip had everything that puts a smile on my face.

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Boat Tour of the Lakes of Killarney

My boat trip through the Lakes of Killarney started at the pier in front of Ross Castle, in Killarney National Park.

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After the boatman loaded up the rental bikes into the bow, we said goodbye to Ross Castle and set off on our tour of the Killarney Lakes.

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Soon after we departed, I could tell that our boatman Donal, who brought along his faithful dog Charlie, was very passionate about Killarney National Park. His family has been doing trips on the Lakes of Killarney for generations, so I knew I was in for an excellent tour.

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The first lake we sailed across in our little motorized wooden boat was Lough Leane, the Lower Lake. Lough Leane is the largest of the Killarney Lakes and biggest body of fresh water in the region. Small, forested islands dot the lake and the largest one, Innisfallen Island, is home to the ruined remains of Innisfallen Abbey.

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Donal offered to make a short stop at Innisfallen Island, so we hopped off and quickly visited the ruins.

Innisfallen’s original monastery was founded by St. Finian the Leper in the 7 th century, but the ruins that remain date from the 12 th century. Interestingly, the Annals of Innisfallen, a source of early Irish history, were written here by monks and is possibly the reason for the name Lough Leane, which means “Lake of Learning”.

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Back in the boat, we headed south across a large section of Lough Leane towards Brickeen Bridge, a pretty stone construction arching over the entrance to Muckross Lake, Ireland’s deepest lake.

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After passing under Brickeen Bridge, the best view was looking back towards the Lower Lake. I loved the solitary tree nicely framed by the arch of the bridge!

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Sailing across the western end of the Middle Lake, Donal pointed out a nice view of Torc Mountain, then the delightfully located Dinis Cottage. Just the type of place I’d love to live!

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A unique thing about Dinis Cottage is that the windows are etched with names, some dating back to the 1820s. It was a tradition of newly engaged couples to scratch their names into the glass with their new diamond, for good luck of course.

Next we came to the Meeting of the Waters, where the three lakes meet, and Old Weir Bridge.

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The current at Old Weir Bridge can be shallow and fast flowing, making it tricky to navigate with a boat full of people. So we all hopped out and walked to the other side so Donal could use the engine’s full strength to cross the rapids. He even had to help another boat get through safely. It was interesting to watch the teamwork required to pass under Old Weir Bridge, the boatmen towing those with less engine power.

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After Old Weir Bridge the scenery was especially beautiful. Travelling along this half-lake, half-river, meandering channel was my favourite section of the boat trip in Killarney National Park.

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Sticking close to the rocky shore, we spotted a mountain goat, some eagles chasing each other around in the sky, and a brightly coloured pheasant. The pheasant sure wasn’t shy, waddling right up close to our boat giving me plenty of great photo ops!

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As we continued along the narrow Upper Lake, I started to feel disappointed that my boat trip through the Lakes of Killarney was almost over. But once Lord Brandon’s Cottage came into view, I got excited for a brand new mini adventure- my cycle trip through the Gap of Dunloe!

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Bike Ride Through the Gap of Dunloe

Cycling through the Gap of Dunloe was a fantastic way to spend a sunny afternoon, even if it made me feel like an out of shape weakling!

From Lord Brandon’s Cottage, the road begins a 5 km climb to the head of the Gap. Looks were deceiving, as it wasn’t really steep, but the steady uphill climb made me quickly lose steam.

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Soon, my new friends pulled ahead and out of view while I slowly struggled up the hill, taking frequent breaks for air (which I started to think of as “photo stops”, in an attempt to save face).

I do like to point out that the bike I rented was junk and there’s no way that old, heavy bike, with its stiff gears, could keep up to the electric bikes of my companions.

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Eventually I caught up with part of the group, but only because they waited for me, not because I got a sudden burst of strength. One of the guys let me try his electric bike and wow- what a difference that made! I went so much faster up the hill with a little assist.

Finally at the top of the Gap of Dunloe, I had my breath taken away again, this time by the view.

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Squeezed between Purple Mountain to the east and Macgillycuddy’s Reeks to the west, this scenic mountain pass made me let go of the frustration with my bike. I couldn’t possibly feel anything but content when looking at such a striking view!

The best part though- I could tell it was all downhill from here.

Over the next 6 kilometers I coasted alongside small lakes, over stone bridges, past horses pulling jaunting cars, and a group of sheep wandering the roadside.

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The only thing that could have made the ride better was if cars weren’t allowed on the road. The Gap of Dunloe is the very definition of a multi-use trail- cyclists, walkers, horses, and cars all share the narrow road.

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After biking through the Gap of Dunloe, we stopped at Kate Kearney’s Cottage for a late lunch. It didn’t take long to realize that this popular place is definitely overrated.

Basically, the staff had no idea what was going on, especially when it came to things that should be obvious, like where to order and pay the bill. “Inside, no outside, no inside!”, said 5 different people who worked there. It was almost comedic how bad the service was. Next time I would eat at the cafe across the street instead.

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After lunch, the ride back to Killarney was flat and well signed. We stuck to minor roads until reaching the N72 ( Ring of Kerry ), then got on a cycle path (the Fossa Way) that veered off alongside a golf course and into Killarney National Park.

Back in the national park, we were met with a field full of deer grazing in the late afternoon light. I’ve never seen so many deer in one place before! Viewing some beautiful wildlife was a lovely way to end my boat and cycle trip in Killarney.

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Final Thoughts About the Gap of Dunloe Boat and Bike Trip

Even though I did the Gap of Dunloe boat and bike tour near the start of my solo trip to Ireland , by the end of my vacation it remained my favourite experience.

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The boat tour of the Killarney Lakes was fantastic, far prettier than I imagined. Donal was a great guide and it was nice to have his sweet dog Charlie cuddle up to me during the trip.

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The Gap of Dunloe bike ride was also outstanding. There were so many moments when I said aloud to myself, “This is so beautiful!”

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My day in Killarney turned out just as I had hoped- nice weather, gorgeous scenery, and good company. If only I had rented a better bike, then it would have been perfect!

In my opinion, a boat and bike tour is the very best way to experience the natural beauty of Killarney!

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More Photos of the Lakes of Killarney and Gap of Dunloe

Killarney is so photogenic. Looking at these pictures makes me wish I was still there!

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Tips for Doing a Boat and Bike Trip to the Gap of Dunloe

  • Bikes can be rented at a few different shops in Killarney, most of which are within easy cycling distance of Ross Castle. They are not included as part of the boat tour of the lakes, so you will have to rent a bike the morning of your boat trip.
  • Boats going to the Gap of Dunloe/Lord Brandon’s Cottage leave daily at 10:30 am (March- October) from the pier in front of Ross Castle or at Reen Pier (to the right of the castle). Bikes will be propped in the bow.
  • Even though all the boat tour websites say booking is essential, I just showed up at the pier a half hour in advance, with cash, and was able to get on a boat (this was in late September). Maybe I just got lucky, so I’d recommend making reservations, especially if visiting in the summer.
  • A boat tour of the Killarney Lakes takes approximately 1.5 hours. You should arrive at Lord Brandon’s Cottage around 12:00 pm. There is a small café and public toilets here, with the next services not until Kate Kearney’s Cottage 11 km away.
  • The bike ride through the Gap of Dunloe is self-guided. The total distance cycled from Lord Brandon’s Cottage to Killarney is about 23 km. With breaks and a stop for lunch, you can expect to arrive back in town between 3:00 and 4:00 pm.

Information was updated March 2022, but can change without notice. Please confirm directly with service providers.

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  • A coach leaves from the Old Weir Lodge at 10am (you can leave your car there for the duration of the tour, and go into the reception where you will get your tickets) to bring passengers to Kate Kearney’s Cottage at the start of the Gap of Dunloe (14 kilometres).
  • At Kate Kearney’s Cottage, passengers may choose whether to walk through the Gap of Dunloe or to take the pony and carriage. The distance is 11 kilometres (7 miles), the road is sealed and hiking boots are not required but comfortable shoes are! The walk generally takes 2 – 2.5 hours. The pony and carriage ride is paid for upon arrival at Kate Kearney’s Cottage and is not included in the online booking price. Please note: Due to the remote location, please be prepared to pay cash rather than using credit cards. This part of the tour generally takes 1.5 hours and a commentary is provided by the driver.
  • The pony and carriage/walk ends at Lord Brandon’s Cottage which is at the end of the Gap of Dunloe, here, passengers may have tea/coffee, soup and sandwiches at a little cafe (not included in the price and cash only).At 2pm the boats leave to bring all passengers through the 3 lakes and 2 rivers of the National Park. The boat section is often considered to be the highlight of the tour with folklore and legends delivered by the local boat drivers while passing through scenery which hasn’t changed since the last ice age; 10,000 years ago. Note: depending on water levels on the day of the tour, there may be a short woodland walk. This walk is a maximum of 10 minutes and is to allow the boat to traverse a particularly shallow area. 
  • The boat tour finishes at Ross Castle at roughly 3.30pm. Passengers disembark at the castle and go straight to the waiting coach. This is the same coach that dropped everybody at Kate Kearney’s Cottage. The coach transports all passengers back to the Old Weir Lodge (2 Kilometres).

Enjoy a pony and carriage ride through the Gap of Dunloe

Another way to do the tour, would be to hire bicycles in one of the local bike rentals in Killarney on the morning of the tour.

Cyclists then travel down to Ross Castle where the bikes are put in the boats for transport to Lord Brandon’s Cottage. Note: The boats leave Ross Castle at 10.30am.

Bikes are taken from Ross Castle to Lord Brandon’s Cottage only as this allows passengers the rest of the day to cycle the 11km through the Gap of Dunloe and the 14km from Kate Kearney’s Cottage to Killarney at their leisure. Bike rental is not included in the price of the tour. 

 For those that wish to take the boat from Ross Castle in the morning but are not interested in the horse and carriage, there is the option to walk the Gap of Dunloe. Transport from Kate Kearney’s Cottage to Killarney would need to be organised separately or can be arranged on request. Note: The boats leave Ross Castle at 10.30am. 

Another option would be to leave your car at Ross Castle, take the boat ride up the Lakes to Lord Brandon’s Cottage (leaving Ross Castle at 10.30am), where passengers may have a snack at the little café. Passengers may take a little stroll around this peaceful and scenic area which is on the shores of the Upper Lake, and at 2.00pm , return again to Ross Castle by boat, and back to your car. Note: depending on water levels on the day of the tour, there may be a short woodland walk. This walk is a maximum of 10 minutes and is to allow the boat to traverse a particularly shallow area. 

All tours must be pre-booked, as we only send the number of boats for the amount of people we know are doing the trip.   All tours are subject to a 24 hour cancellation policy.

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What people have to say…

“This was our favourite day in Ireland. The Gap of Dunloe scenery is simply stunning! Booking a tour is the easiest way to do the whole route without worrying about getting back to your car. The walk was so so beautiful! It was a little longer then we thought, we figured around 11 to 11.5km. but you can soak it all in instead of driving through quickly. Our 11 yr old son did it no problem though and we had lots of time to sit at Brandon’s cottage after the walk and have lunch there before the boat left (they have soups and sandwiches, drinks and some goodies). Only one of the groups on our bus did the jaunting car, the majority of people walked. The boat ride after the walk was an hour, and again incredible scenery. It ends at Ross Castle and the bus takes you back to your car at the Old Wier Lodge. It’s a fabulous day out, with loads of photo opportunities.” Liz, Waterloo, Canada

“My wife and truly enjoyed every part of this tour. After booking online, we met at the Old Weir Lodge where we were transferred to Kate Kearney’s Cottage were we hired a horse-drawn Jaunting Car tour though the Gap of Dunloe. You could drive this narrow road, but it would be too fast and you would be unable to experience the open-air sights, sounds and feeling of this remarkable place. After the Jaunting Car tour, we lunched at Lord Brandon’s Cottage before boarding a small motor driven boat to tour the lakes and rivers of Killarney National Park ending at Ross Castle. Once we arrived at the castle we were transferred back to the Old Weir Lodge. This tour is the stuff of great memories.” Rehclass, Westminster, California

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The Gap of Dunloe Walk, Drive + Jaunty Guide

In this guide, you’ll find a map of the Gap of Dunloe walks, info on the jauntys, why driving it is a bad idea and how it was formed.

Tucked away between the MacGillycuddy Reeks and Purple Mountain, the Gap of Dunloe was formed over 25,000 years ago during the last ice age of Ireland.

There are three main ways to see the Gap of Dunloe (I’ve done each in recent years – 1 is best if you have a car and 3 is best if you don’t):

  • Option 1: The 10km there-and-back walk
  • Option 2: Rent a bike in Killarney and cycle it
  • Option 3: Drive it in the early morning before crowds arrive
  • Option 4: The tour that drives you to the start and takes from the end via boat back to Killarney

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Some quick need-to-knows about visiting the Gap of Dunloe

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Although a visit to the Gap of Dunloe is fairly straightforward, there are a few need-to-knows that’ll make your visit smoother. Pay particular attention to the point about the Gap of Dunloe drive!

1. Location

You’ll find the most popular start-point for the Gap of Dunloe (Kate Kearney’s Cottage) 12km west of Killarney Town (roughly a 15-minute drive away). 

The main Gap of Dunloe parking area is located beside the brilliant Kate Kearney’s Cottage ( here on Google Maps). There’s ample parking here but note that it gets busy during summer.

3. Getting there without a car

Unfortunately, there is no public transport that takes you from Killarney to the Gap of Dunloe. This tour (affiliate link) is a good option – you get taken from Killarney to the Gap, climb aboard one of the jaunting cars and then get taken from the ‘end’ of the Gap via boat back to Killarney.

4. The walks

There are two versions of the Gap of Dunloe walks (both liner – maps below):

  • The short walk : 2km /40 minutes
  • The long walk : 10km / 4 – 5 hours

5. Gap of Dunloe drive (warning)

The Gap of Dunloe is a public road and therefore it is legal to drive on it. However, I’d strongly advise against driving it . The reason for this is that the narrow road through it will be packed with walkers and jaunting cars. At worst, you could spook the horses. At best, you’ll be stuck behind them for  a long aul time .

About the Gap of Dunloe

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Situated between two stunning mountain ranges (the MacGillycuddy Reeks and Purple Mountain), the Gap of Dunloe is a fine place to whittle away an afternoon.

Best explore by foot or on bike, the Gap of Dunloe is one of those places where you kind of feel like you’ve stepped back in time, and I mean that in the best possible sense.

How it was formed

The Gap of Dunloe was created 25,000 years ago during the last ice age of Ireland.

A glacier situated in the Black Valley , which was estimated to be over 500 metres deep and part of the Templenoe Icecap, broke off into the Head of the Gap, slowly pushing northward which eventually resulted in a carved out U-shaped valley.

Lakes and appearance

The stunning glacial lakes, which are all connected by the river Loe, were also created when this huge glacier broke off.

This glacial breach is also the reason why the mountains in the Gap are characterised with their distinct, jagged appearance.

The meaning of the name

The name Dunloe is thought to be the Anglicization of “Dún Lóich” which means fort or stronghold of Lóich.

Deala Mac Lóich was  the first leader of the powerful Fir Bolg (“men of bags”) clan and the father of five mighty chieftains that conquered Ireland and divided the country into five provinces, each ruled by one brother.

The different ways to see the Gap of Dunloe

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There are several ways to explore this place. Arguably the most popular amongst visiting tourists is via one of the Gap of Dunloe tours.

Personally, I prefer the shorter walk, but I’ll pop down the ‘main’ options you have below.

Option 1: The Gap of Dunloe walk (short and long version)

The Gap of Dunloe hike is one you need to dress well for as the wind whips through the valley. There are two versions (see map above).

The short Gap of Dunloe walk is 2km in length and takes around 40 minutes in total. It takes you from Kate Kearney’s to the Wishing Bridge and back again.

The long Gap of Dunloe walk is 10km and takes 5 hours in total to complete (roughly 2.5 hours each way).

Option 2: A boat, jaunting and bus combo

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One of the more popular Gap of Dunloe tours is this one (affiliate link) which has racked up rave reviews online.

It’s a 5 hour tour that meets in Killarney Town and then brings you to Kate Kearney’s Cottage by bus.

From there, you’ll climb into a Jaunting Car and trot up through the Gap of Dunloe, soaking up the views and plenty of stories along the way.

You’ll then get into a boat near Lord Brandon’s Cottage and take a 2-hour spin around the Lakes of Killarney where you’ll be given a unique perspective on one of the most scenic corners of Kerry.

Option 3: Cycling the Gap of Dunloe

If you have a bike, you can take a 56 km loop cycle where you can enjoy the Black Valley, Molls Gap and many other visual treats.

From Killarney town centre, start on the Ring of Kerry towards Killorglin until you see “the Gap Rd” and head down the country road leading to Kate’s Kearney’s.

From there, you can go down the Gap, descend into the Black Valley and after 30km, you will enter Moll’s Gap .

From Moll’s Gap, take the N71 Rd back to Killarney and you will come across Ladies View on the way, ideal for a refuel and enjoy amazing views.

Need a bike? There’s plenty of places to rent every kind of bike in Killarney Town!

Things to see near the Gap of Dunloe

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One of the beauties of the Gap of Dunloe is that it’s a short spin away from many of the best things to do in Killarney and beyond.

Below, you’ll find a handful of things to see and do a stone’s throw from the Gap of Dunloe (plus places to eat and where to grab a post-adventure pint!).

  • Killarney for food (15-minute drive): There’s plenty of restaurants in Killarney for a post-walk feed
  • Ross Castle (20-minute drive): A 15th century tower house located on the edge of the beautiful Lough Leane
  • Muckross House (22-minute drive): A Tudor-style mansion with extensive gardens
  • Muckross Abbey (26-minute drive): A beautiful abbey now in ruins formed around 1448
  • Torc Waterfall (25-minute drive): An impressive falls in the national park
  • Ladies View (40-minute drive): One of Kerry’s stand-out viewpoints

Frequently asked questions

I’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from whether or not you can drive the Gap of Dunloe to how long the walk takes.

In the section below, I’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that I haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.

How long is the Gap of Dunloe walk?

The short version is 2km and takes 40 minutes. The longer Gap of Dunloe hike is 10km and takes around 5 hours in total.

Can you drive up the Gap of Dunloe?

Yes. The Gap of Dunloe is a public road. With that being said, I’d advist against driving it. The reason for this is that the road is very narrow and it is used by jaunting cars, walkers and cyclists.

Can you hire a jaunting car at Gap of Dunloe?

You can hire a jaunting car from Kate Kearny’s or from the Head of the Gap. They can take 4 people and usually cost around €140/€35 per person.

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Thursday 15th of February 2024

If you had to pick between the gap of dunloe jaunty and boat tour and the cliffs of kerry, which would you suggest/choose?

Keith O'Hara

Hey Alilison - I'd go for the Kerry Cliffs without a doubt.

Friday 24th of March 2023

Hi there! Would you recommend hiking the Gap of Dunloe or taking the jaunting car? Is there an option to both through the "Get Your Guide" tour that you recommended? We're having trouble deciding and just want to make sure we can see the most of this beautiful National Park in the best way possible!! Thanks :)

Monday 27th of March 2023

Hey Liz! I walked it on a fine day with my dad and loved it. The only thing I wasn't mad about was that its a liner trail!

If you want a unique experience, give the jaunting car a bash! You could also get a boat across from ross castle!

Peter Morley

Wednesday 7th of September 2022

After walking up Torc Mountain we went to Kate Kearney's and walked to the top of the gap and back. This took us 2 hours 15 minutes. It wasn't really worth walking the last steep section up to the top of the gap as the views weren't special. We started our walk at 3.30 p.m. as we wanted to avoid the crowds and it wasn't too busy then.

We didn't think that the walk was very special and the nearby Torc Mountain walk is far superior. I would rather have driven the gap and the road didn't seem bad. However, I live in Cornwall and am used to narrow lanes.

Sunday 26th of March 2023

If anyone is reading this we've just got back from the Gap of Dunloe. Off season and we drove through. Absolutely gorgeous valley but there's no way I would recommend driving in the holiday season. I'm used to the narrow hilly and windy roads of West Cork but the combination of an extremely narrow road with very tight corners, along with the proximity of rocks and water puts it on another level. The road surface is really good and if you keep your eyes open you can pull in to the rare passing places for oncoming cars. But I wouldn't like to be reversing along there especially if you're from a European country used to driving on the right. Ok if you're determined, then go at the crack of dawn, otherwise for a stress free trip, do look up the various companies offering guided tours on foot, bike or the jaunting cars. Definitely get on the boat ride as part of the tour.

Monday 18th of July 2022

Hi There… headed to Ireland in a few weeks and we want to walk from Kate Kearney’s to Lord Brandon’s early in the morning…do you know if there are jaunting carts at Lord Brandon’s that we could hire to take us back? Thanks I’m advance!

Tuesday 19th of July 2022

Hi Lisa, my understanding is that they're generally located at Kate Kearney's, as people tend to get them from there up through the Gap. However, there may well be some near Lord Brandon's, as boat tours from Ross Castle take people over near this point, but I'm not sure. It'd be worth emailing a few of the companies that arrange the jaunting tours.

Friday 15th of July 2022

Any short bike route to visit the gap of dunloe

Saturday 16th of July 2022

Hey Wei! Not really, to be honest. It's a good hour cycle from Killarney to the Gap. You could get one of the boat tours from Ross Castle over to the Gap with your bike and cycle it from there, but you'd need to check if the tour takes you back via boat, or if you need to cycle back to the drop off point.

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