"Great mountain scenery on the Cork/Kerry Border" Caha Mountains by PeteNL

Caha Mountains Travel Guide: 3 reviews and 6 photos

If you enjoy hiking "off the beaten track", enjoying ever changing views and seaside as well as rugged montainscenery, try this area of hidden gems!

Glantrasna valley

This valley is not far form the Healy pass and Glanmore Lake, its slopes offer a great variety of views on the Caha mountains itself, the Kenmare River and the Macgillicuddy Reeks in the North, and the Atlantic shoreline in the West and South (Bantry Bay).

Other than in "the Reeks" near Killarney, you will only find very few clear trails across the mountains, besides the Beara Way lower down. Don't be surprised to get some wet feet from a "hidden" lake or river...

  • Last visit to Caha Mountains: Jul 2001
  • Intro Written May 10, 2003
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