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MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Project

MacGillycuddy Reeks Forum

The MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Forum welcomes you to our website. We were established in May 2014 to protect, manage and sustainably develop this unique mountain range. The Forum’s Vision is to facilitate the growing number of visitors to this wonderful place, while at the same time minimising the environmental impact on the ground which will be challenging - we will need your help...

Most people don’t realise that the MacGillycuddy Reeks are privately owned lands, which are actively farmed, so please bear this in mind when planning your trip.

We also hope to create opportunities for the local communities surrounding the Reeks, as well as carrying out repair works in the Reeks.  See our MacGillycuddy Reeks EIP Project section of this website to see how we engage with local landowners. 

Please contact us if you require any information.

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No Dogs Allowed

No Dogs Allowed

No Dogs allowed at Cronin's Yard, Breanlee or Lisliebane. There is a No Dog policy at these access points to the MacGillycuddy Reeks due to the presence of livestock, especially sheep. Please respect the landowner/farmers request.

Dog on Lead

Dog on Lead

Dogs allowed at the Strickeen access point.  Only dogs on leashes allowed at Strickeen.  Please respect the landowner/farmers request.

South Kerry Development Partnership
Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, rural and Gealtacht Affairs
Rural Alliances
Kerry CoCo
Fáilte Ireland
Leave no Trace
  • South Kerry Development Partnership
  • Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, rural and Gealtacht Affairs
  • Rural Alliances
  • Kerry CoCo
  • Fáilte Ireland
  • Leave no Trace