Killarney Riding Stables runs horseriding trips into Killarney National Park for 1-3 hours daily. They cater for all levels, from complete beginner to advanced riders. This is a wonderful way to see the beautiful countryside around Killarney and the stables have an excellent reputation.
They also run trail rides of two days or five days.
Killarney Riding Stables, Ballydowney, Killarney, Co. Kerry.
One mile west of Killarney on the Ring of Kerry road to Killorgin.
I have beeen to Killarney in the south-west, Glenveagh in the north-west, Connemara in the west and Wicklow in the east. All are excellent. There is no admission charge to see the actual parks but you have to pay for admission for certain optional extra facilities. I liked Killarney the most. Queen Victoria had her last family holiday there before Price Albert died later in 1861. Killarney town is very busy in the summer - too busy perhaps.
Killarney is served by train from Dublin and Cork and has flights to Kerry Airport nearby from Stanstead and Liverpool. For more details see www.npws.ie
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