Discover the wonderful prehistoric landscape of County Kerry, Ireland

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The online portal to geological heritage and geotourism within County Kerry, Ireland


Rich in heritage, County Kerry in the South West of Ireland is an ideal venue

for discovering and uncovering diverse heritage of the landscape and its varied geology, archaeology & fauna  

When the land meets the sea - on a journey along the Kerry coast

Red Sandstone slab - the grave

Scotia`s Glen is a partially wooded valley situated in the south-east corner of Clahane Townland, in the eastern foothills of the Slieve Mish Mountain  south of Tralee. The glen is approx. 3 km in length and the bottom is located 4 km from...

This blog post is a tribute to Frederick James Foot on the 151st anniversary of his death. I dedicate it to Ms Sheila Breen, a Grand-niece of Frederick James Foot, Irish geologist and botanist.

This is quite an extraordinary story, which I believe needs to be shared. A...

Heritage Week Event - "Kayaking & Geology"  took place 20th August 2017 at Meenoghane Pier, Causeway, North Kerry. This event was the first of its kind in North Kerry.

The Meenogahane stunning coastline is underexplored, under-documented and largely inaccessible, u...

When I saw a photograph of the ripple marks at the highest mountain in Ireland for the first time I wouldn't imagine that my curiosity will lead me to spend a wonderful weekend at the MacGillicuddy Reeks sometime later!

As a part of National Biodiversity Week, Moun...

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Ruins of Annagh Church

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