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Loher stone fort, Waterville

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  • The Ring of Kerry remains to this day perhaps the most interesting, fascinating, beautiful road trip I have ever taken in my life. The Loher Stone was one of the high points. Let's just skip the fact ...  more »
  • Beautiful small detour of Waterville off. As with many attractions in Ireland can you pull up almost at the Fort (the parking lot is so constantly through a residential area with many small roads - right above the Fort). The ring wall is well preserved, more spatial boundaries are placed within. With a bit of luck is here alone on the ground and can look around in peace and take photos. Since the ring Fort is fenced and directly above the houses, not does it feel back offset while from every point of view in the past, but is worth a stopover the Fort on all cases especially since it costs no admission.
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  • We were at the top of the collar when we saw the fort below. Without hesitation we turned back but not easy to find the small path leading to it. Be careful. The site is very beautiful, very well preserved or restored.
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  • This fort is well worth a visit and is accessed from the main Ring of Kerry road along a single lane road. There is a small car park with a path leading to the fort and an information display at the entrance. There is no fee to visit and it was very inspiring to my young children.
  • Remote and untouched. amazing example of ancient technology
  • Not so overrun like other sites, not that spectacular but nicely located off from the main routes. Quiet place. Worth a stop.
  • A beautiful circular fort, renovated overlooking the Bay of Waterville. Beautiful panorama. A must-see on the Ring of Kerry.
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