Coomasaharn Horseshoe – Long Loop Walk, Kerry

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: August 28, 2012
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Kerry
  • DistanceInstructions
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  • Distance32.06 km
  • Time0 s
  • Speed0.0 km/h
  • Min altitude27 m
  • Peak762 m
  • Climb1091 m
  • Descent1171 m

To the west of the famous MacGillycuddy Reeks is the peaceful, remote and lonely Coomasaharn Horseshoe walking route along the mountain ridge that sourrounds the beautiful Coomasaharn Lake and valley below. The Coomasaharn Horseshoe walk near Glenbeigh, County Kerry is a strenuous day long (24 km) walking route visiting all peaks on the horseshoe including Been Hill (651m), Mullaghnarakill (665m), Teermoyle Mountain (760m), Coomacarrea (An Tráigh) Mountain (772m), Meenteog (715m) and Knocknaman (561m) for the shorter loop walk (19km) and via Macklaun Mountain (607m) for this longer loop finishing in Glenbeigh. The shorter Coomasaharn Horseshoe Walk can be seen here.

Use our Map of Ireland and Sat Nav tool to get directions to any of the stage start points and our detailed maps and GPS on our ActiveME App to find and follow the walking route live on screen and keep on track. At all times, our maps and App should be used in conjunction with proper map and compass navigation techniques. Feel free to send us your photos and add you own star rating, comments or suggestions below.

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To the west of the famous MacGillycuddy Reeks is the peaceful, remote and lonely Coomasaharn Horseshoe walking route along the mountain ridge that sourrounds the beautiful Coomasaharn Lake and valley below. The Coomasaharn Horseshoe walk near Glenbeigh, County Kerry is a strenuous day long (24 km) walking route visiting all peaks on the horseshoe including Been Hill (651m), Mullaghnarakill (665m), Teermoyle Mountain (760m), Coomacarrea (An Tráigh) Mountain (772m), Meenteog (715m) and Knocknaman (561m) for the shorter loop walk (19km) and via Macklaun Mountain (607m) for this longer loop finishing in Glenbeigh. The shorter Coomasaharn Horseshoe Walk can be seen here.

Use our Map of Ireland and Sat Nav tool to get directions to any of the stage start points and our detailed maps and GPS on our ActiveME App to find and follow the walking route live on screen and keep on track. At all times, our maps and App should be used in conjunction with proper map and compass navigation techniques. Feel free to send us your photos and add you own star rating, comments or suggestions below.

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