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fantastic views all around

a must see, on a clear day the views are breathtaking. well worth a visit either up on foot or else... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
AnnePLimkq
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Limerick, Ireland
Your legs will feel it, your heart will thank you

This is a hike which does require some fitness. Your departure point is just above sea level and... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2017
Tony_le_Blanc
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Killarney, Ireland
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2 Aug 2017
“fantastic views all around”
27 Apr 2017
“Your legs will feel it, your heart will thank you”
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

a must see, on a clear day the views are breathtaking. well worth a visit either up on foot or else you can take the car

Thank AnnePLimkq
Reviewed 27 April 2017

This is a hike which does require some fitness. Your departure point is just above sea level and its a continuous climb to the top. There is a wee car park at the base. The views along the way and from the summit are well...More

Thank Tony_le_Blanc
Reviewed 7 June 2016

Apart from the pleasure from walking in such a stunningly beautiful landscape - there is something very special, very nourishing about walking on the same pilgrim path as Our ancient Peoples and seeing what they saw. No wonder it was a holy mountain from Celtic...More

7  Thank Andys26
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Cnoc na dTobar is a walking and pilgrimage route to the summit and back of the mountain of the same name. Translated as"the hill of the wells", this ancient walk honours an ancient Irish saint, St Fursee who is said to have been second only...More

Thank Denis B
Reviewed 2 June 2016

I would say this is medium to hard climb for those who are starters and for experienced from about september until may ground near bottom very wet may even need wellington boots or just good waterproof boots .I found it harder than Croagh Patrick using...More

1  Thank BingknowswhoisinRome
Reviewed 15 May 2016

Start at Kells or Coonana and walk the Mass path. The views over Dingle Bay are breathtaking. The view looking back over a cahirsiveen isn't bad either!!! Always loved the view overlooking the two lakes at Roads. Great job done refurbishing the Holy Cross on...More

Thank gearoido369
Reviewed 4 May 2016

This is fast becoming one of the favourite walking spots in the area especially for (on a clear day) the views from the top.

Thank Daveom
Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

Overview: Cnoc na dTobar (Hill of the Wells) has been a sacred pilgrim site since early Christian times and the ancient Lúghnasa festivals to the old Celtic God of the Harvest were also celebrated on this mountain. The trail starts near the Coonanna Harbour: it...More

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timonntour
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Response from Tony_le_Blanc | Reviewed this property |
Forgive my late reply. There is a dedicated parking area at the foot of the mountain. I usually just pack at a wide spot of the road, you'll see what I mean when you get there!
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