Torc Waterfall is well worth visiting and like all waterfalls it is best seen after heavy rains (no problem in Kerry!). Torc Waterfall is a 5-minute walk off the N71 Killarney Kenmare road through scenic woodland. The waterfall is some 70 to 80 feet high and the Owengarriff River which feeds it rises in “The Devil’s Punchbowl” on nearby Mangerton mountain.
If you want a good viewing point of the lakes then push yourself a little further and climb the 100 or so steps immediately to the left of the waterfall to get some excellent views of the lakes. Torc Waterfall is one of Killarney’s most well-known tourist attractions and a traditional stopping point for bus and coach tours. As a result, it can get busy and congested around this area in the peak summer months.
Here is a testimonial from a happy visitor to Torc Waterfall
Reviewed by: Corrie B
The Tour was much better than I ever expected.
Would advise to go to the Torc Waterfall it was amazing and going to the top of the mountains and being able to see over Ireland and its countryside, lakes and waterfalls. so many Kodak moments. I didn't manage to catch my coach drivers name but he was a very helpful and proactive driver....
Why not visit Torc Waterfall yourself, and find out more on our Killarney Highlights Bus Tour
Note: Tour content may occasionally vary - Please check with your driver.