Corrán Tuathail - McGillycuddy Reeks - Guided Ascents with Con Moriarty
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Corrán Tuathail in the McGillycuddy Reeks mountains Co. Kerry, is the highest peak in Ireland, 1,038 metres or 3,406 feet high and provides some of the finest mountain walking, scrambling and climbing in Ireland.
Corrán Tuathail in the Macgillycuddy Reeks Mountain range is located Killarney, County Kerry.
Con Moriarty is a climber with over 30 years of experience. He will take you on a guided ascent every Wednesday and Saturday including full moon and dawn ascents. Con's groups are usually small, two to six, but special arrangements can be made for larger groups.
Con has a passion for local folklore, history and place names and has made the peaks, surrounding land and seascapes a life-long study.
Advance booking required by 6pm on the day before.