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Winter Kayaking on the Lakes of Killarney

15th October 2011
Winter Kayaking on the Lakes of Killarney
Bookings are now available for kayaking trips on the lakes of Killarney over the winter months of 2011-2012.
Kayaking on Lough Lein can be done all throughout the winter, the locale providing some great sheltered bays to paddle.
Irish Adventures runs kayaking trips on Lough Lein with a minimum of 2 people (€50 per person).
The route runs from Ross Castle with landings on Inisfallen Island and Ross Island to see the Bronze Age copper mines. There may even be a chance to get a glimpse of the white tailed eagle introduced to Killarney National Park.
All equipment (wetsuits, booties, waterproof jacket and hats) will be supplied.
To book call Irish Adventures at 087 419 0318 (morings 9.30am-12.30pm; afternoons 2pm-5pm) or e-mail [email protected]

Bookings are now available for kayaking trips on the lakes of Killarney over the winter months of 2011-2012.

Kayaking on Lough Lein can be done all throughout the winter, the locale providing some great sheltered bays to paddle. 

Irish Adventures runs kayaking trips on Lough Lein with a minimum of 2 people (€50 per person). 

The route runs from Ross Castle with landings on Inisfallen Island and Ross Island to see the Bronze Age copper mines. There may even be a chance to get a glimpse of the white tailed eagle introduced to Killarney National Park.

All equipment (wetsuits, booties, waterproof jacket and hats) will be supplied. 

To book call Irish Adventures at 087 419 0318 (morings 9.30am-12.30pm; afternoons 2pm-5pm) or e-mail [email protected].

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MacDara Conroy

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