Kilkee Cliff Walks.

The Cliffs of Kilkee are an absolute gem and arguably, although not as high as the world-famous Cliffs of Moher, equally impressive. Best of all they are FREE of charge to enjoy year-round.

There are several different walking routes you can take to enjoy the Kilkee Cliffs, depending on how long you want to spend. Here are four different routes for you to try.


All of the walks will take you to this stunning viewing point, where you can see up and down the coast and across the Shannon estuary to Kerry.




Route 1: Short Cliff Walk:

Time: 30 minutes

Length: 1.8km

Starting at the Diamond Rocks Car Park

Ending at The Diamond Rocks Car Park

Steep incline for the last 200m

Steep cliff edge on one side with an asphalt path all the way.


Route 2 Long Cliff Walk

Time: 2.30 hours

Length: 11.7km

Starting at the Diamond Rocks Car Park

Ending at The Diamond Rocks Car Park

Steep incline for 200m

Steep cliff edge on one side with an asphalt path followed by walking along a road.

Stunning views up and down the coastline each way.


Route 03: Short Circular Walk.

Time: 50 minutes

Length: 4 km

Starting at the Diamond Rocks Car Park

Ending at The Diamond Rocks Car Park

Slow incline along the Dunlicky road followed by a steep incline of around 100m.

The first half of the walk is along a road followed by a steep cliff edge on one side with an asphalt path.

Stunning views from the top of the cliffs back to Kilkee bay.


Route 4: Long Circular Walk

Time: 1.30 hours

Length: 7.3 km

Starting at Kilkee Bandstand

Ending at Kilkee Bandstand

Slow incline along the roadside followed by a steep incline of around 100m.

The first half of the walk is along quiet roads followed by a steep cliff edge on one side with an asphalt path.

Stunning views from the top of the cliffs back to Kilkee bay.



Enjoy your walks on Kilkee Cliffs and don't forget to add your comments below.



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