I will meet with my hiking group at Kate Kearney's Cottage, in The Gap of Dunloe, Killarney at 10:30. After I have made sure they have the right hiking footwear and clothing for our walk, I will discuss our day with them and show them our route clearly on the map. We will start our walk together at a leisurely pace and I will make sure that everybody is comfortable and happy. We will stop at regular intervals for people to enjoy the scenery and have some food and drinks. During the walk I like to talk with my group about flora, fauna related to the area, and sites of interest such as standing stones, stone circles or ancient dwelling places. The walking route will be to Tomies Wood and the lower slopes of Tomies and Shehy mountains in Killarney National Park. Every one of my guided walks has its' own particular places of outstanding beauty. I always aim to make my walks a very special and memorable experience for my clients.
One of the main priorities of Killarney Mindful Hiking (KMHiking) is to promote the enjoyment of walking, safely & responsibly, in the mountains of South West Ireland. KMHiking is owned by Cesar Lopez, a Hiking - Mountain Guide based in Killarney. As an experienced professional, Cesar will manage the itinerary & spectacular mountain route of your walk very carefully. Since moving to live in Ireland, he was touched by the beauty of this Country. During the last 7 years Cesar has walked most of the mountains ranges, and extensively explored the mountains of Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsulas. Cesar, regularly leads walks in a voluntary capacity for Bishopstown Hillwalking Club, also he organises hiking tours in Ireland & Spain, and hosts other hiking experiences in Killarney with Airbnb. He's fully insured (Public Liability Insurance)
The walking route will be to Tomies Wood and the lower slopes of Tomies and Shehy mountains in Killarney National Park. Great views of Lough Leane, and O’Sullivan’s Cascade.
The walk is on open moorland and green tracks suitable for a moderate fitness level, for people with some hill walking experience. The total ascent on the walk is 600 metres. Guests must have own transport to go to meeting-starting point of walk
Guided Walk Killarney National Park