The main road to access the National Forest heading south.
Another point of interest on the Ring of Kerry. Beautiful views with gorgeous scenery. Great place to get out the camera and take some great photos. This area is not only beautiful but it will take your breath away! Gorgeous!
At this point of interest you need to stop, turn and get on highway M71 heading north around the Ring of Kerry. If you miss it, you'll head up by the town of Cork. Way off course. Another great place to take some pictures. Its located on the top section of the National Forest. Stop by and visit. It's really pretty here.
Gap of Dunloe
I would not skip this place. Its located on the northern most point of the Ring of Kerry and close to Killarney town. This is a great place to take pictures of the Gaps located in the National Forest. We got out of the car for a little while and ran around while finding rocks to throw over the edge. It's a fun place and a great place to hang out with your family.
Another great location on the northern point of the National Park. This is the closest town to Killarney on the Ring of Kerry. The roads are really windy on this road. While driving through the forest we saw the Public of Transportation workers out cutting trees. I ran over a few branches, swerved to miss others and obeyed the flag man who was directing traffic. If you travel down this road, watch out for falling branches especially after bad storms. The roads are very narrow and cars were flying past me. I didn't want to pass anyone on this road and I recommend you don't either. You can't see 50 feet in front of you because it's so windy. Safe travels!
Another point of interest located at the top section of the National forest. You can hike the trails but there is nowhere to swim. Here I passed the pull off point, missed the ditch by inches, stopped myself from hitting a sheep crossing the road, and finally turned around and went running around the trails. You could spend an hour or more at this point. Its a neat place to visit!