The Ring of Kerry is famous throughout the world for spectacular scenery of Kerry’s Inveragh and Dingle Peninsulas.
Killarney to Sneem 51kms. Visit Muckross House then cycle a wonderful path between two of Killarney’s lakes before climbing to Molls Gap
Sneem to Glenbeigh 31kms. Cycle across the Kerry Peninsula and climb to the Gap of Ballaghbearna finishing at the seaside town of Glenbeigh.
Glenbeigh to Dingle 30kms. Transfer to Dingle then cycle the coastal route, dotted with archaeological sites.
Dingle - day free, stroll the town or take a boat trip to the Blasket Islands.
Dingle to Killorglin 57kms. Climb the Connor Pass and enjoy a wonderful descent. Traverse the Peninsula across the mountains to Dingle Bay
Killorglin to Killarney 51km. Cycle up to the Gap of Dunloe for incredible views down the Black Valley. Leave the valley and return to Molls Gap then freewheel to Killarney.
Cycling varies between 50 - 60 kms a day on average. Most routes are reasonably flat with a few hills in Kerry.