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Loher stone fort, Waterville

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  • Not on any coach route, you can see but not visit the Loher Stone Fort from the Ring of Kerry Lookout and viewpoint at Beenarourke. There is however a thin single track road from the N70 that takes yo...  more »
  • You look a bit like all these strong but they are all unique and their details for both different landscapes. This is also a treat and well worth the detour of a few kilometers to get there.
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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 »
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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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