Torc Waterfall near Killarney
Torc Waterfall (Irish: Easach Toirc) is a waterfall at the base of Torc Mountain, about 5 miles (8.0 km) from Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland.
The falls are one of the landmarks on the 200 kilometre Kerry Way walking tour, and are encompassed in the Killarney National Park. Red deer are frequently seen and heard in the area.
Easy access and parking make the site popular with walkers and tour bus groups, who often visit as part of the Ring of Kerry tour.
A public hiking trail stretches from the waterfall to the top of Torc Mountain.
- ^ a b c Killarney to Torc Waterfall
- ^ Ireland for Dummies By Elizabeth Albertson, Liz Albertson p290
- ^ The Irish Coast to Coast Walk by Paddy Dillon (p156)
- ^ Frommer's Ireland Day by Day By Christi Daugherty, Jack Jewers p289
Coordinates: 52°00′00″N 9°30′22″W / 52.0000°N 9.506°W