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“A bit dull….”

Meeting of the Waters
Ranked #50 of 108 things to do in Killarney
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

There are so many other nice places to see and walk to. This one was not one of them. It was a bit of a long walk. It took us about 25 minutes, and the sign read 15 minutes. It was quiet and it rained. There's a couple lake views, but they are not as pretty as some of the others. I don't think it's really worth the walk just to see water from one lake go into another.

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Reviewed 26 May 2014

It is a lovely spot in the area of the Killarney National Park. We saw it approaching from the water during a boat ride with a guide but one can easily hike to it.

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Reviewed 9 April 2014

lovely walk and scenery, only a pity people cant pick up after there dogs, as it ruins the walk. the national park is a treasure and should be kept that way

1  Thank robkmurf
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Reviewed 15 August 2012

Firstly - it should be called the parting of the waters! Admire nature and meditate in this peaceful spot. Nice walk to get there from Muckross house or shorter from the Dinis car park. Better still stake a boat from Ross Castle to Lord Brandon's Cottage. Only downside is the annoying midgies in certain humid conditions in early summer. Nice historical café at Dinis cottage.

2  Thank LooneyTours
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Reviewed 29 May 2012

Worth visiting but doesnt perhaps live up to the mysterious name that it has been given. It is where the three lakes meet and is behind Dinis Cottage. An interesting attraction but not one of the area's best.

1  Thank Tongo79
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