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Caragh Lake (Irish: Loch Cárthaí) is a large and scenic lake in County Kerry, and is part of the Reeks District renowned for its outdoor activity offering. Visitors can enjoy kayaking, sailing, fishing and stand up paddle boarding ( SUP) in Caragh LakeIreland.
The lake is included within a large Special Area of Conservation, ("Killarney National Park, Macgillycuddy's Reeks and Caragh River Catchment"). The rare Kerry slug was first discovered near this lake. The lake is glacial in origin.
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