Rock Climbing, Hiking and more in Co. Kerry

If you’re looking to get outdoors in Kerry, then you’re in luck, as Kerry is home to one of the most extensive and highest mountain ranges in Ireland. Navigating the mountain may be intimidating by yourself – not to worry, Kerry Climbing are here to provide you with the perfect mountain adventure! Customised to your level of ability, fitness and experience or aspirations, as well as the scenery you wish to see, Kerry Climbing are the ideal way to start your adventure in Carrauntoohil.

Where can I learn rock climbing in Ireland?

Kerry Climbing are offering you the chance to take your first steps in rock climbing! With two stunning locations to choose from, reaching the top will be even more rewarding, and you're guaranteed to be in safe hands. There are also a range of other exciting outdoor activities on offer, from hiking Ireland's highest mountains to scrambling courses.

From the excitement of rock climbing and abseiling, building valuable navigational skills to challenging yourself to inspiring mountaineering routes, there’s an adventure for everyone. Each hiking activity contains a number of different routes graded by difficulty, so those with less experience may ease into the easier routes while those comfortable with extreme challenges will still be satisfied.

Try one of their most popular activities, the guided Carrauntoohil ascents. You’ll be hiking the MacGillycuddy Reeks of Kerry, the highest mountains in Ireland at over 1000m! You’ll be provided with a highly experienced and qualified mountain guide, sharing with you fascinating information and stories of the Reeks, and making sure you don’t have to worry about finding the correct route. Add some thrills to your experience in their guided scrambling course, developing the vital skills you need to navigate steep routes with your hands to access the most amazing views.

Why not try something new and have a go at rock climbing? This is a thrilling combination of mental and physical challenges, giving you an exciting feeling like nothing else when you reach the top! This experience is suitable for all levels, whether you’re a novice looking to take their first climb, or you want to further practice your skills. Choose from two stunning locations: The Gap of Dunloe, made up of clags and cliffs of spectacular beauty, only a short journey from the town of Killarney, or Dunshean Head, a range of phenomenal sandstone cliffs, overlooking the sea outside Dingle Town.

If any of these experience have got you ‘hooked’, then head to their website now to book an unforgettable adventure!

  • Prices range depending on activity, check their list here.
  • Opening times from 10am till 8:30pm.
  • All essential equipment is provided on the day.


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