Lough Acoose to Bridia
LOUGH ACOOSE TO BRIDIA
Walk from Lough Acoose through Derrynafeana Glen following the Lack Road up through a mountain pass and into the remote Bridia Valley. The Lack Road has been used for 5000 years.
From the top of the ridge, you can look back at Lough Acoose with the Dingle Peninsula on the horizon and the crown-shaped ridge of Caher and the Reeks to the east.
Ahead of you, the Bridia Valley extends from the hump of Broaghnabinnia Mountain following the course of the River Caragh. You won’t have phone reception, so bring a map.
Lough Acoose To Bridia
Starting from Killorglin, take the Annadale Road for 1.2 km before turning right. After 10.4 km, there will be a place to park on the left side of the road near an information board.
You can arrange for private pick-up in the Bridia Valley with Mid Kerry Cabs.
Proper hiking boots and apparel, water and a snack.
You can park here: