The Kerry Way is a 220 kilometre loop walk around County Kerry’s Iveragh Peninsula, beginning and ending in Killarney. Early stages of Peter’s 10-day walk are through remote country near MacGillycuddy's Reeks, Ireland's highest mountains. The walk then continues south from Glenbeigh along hillside paths overlooking Dingle Bay and the Atlantic coast. On a free day, Peter visits world-heritage listed Skellig Michael, a steep rocky island with well-preserved remains of a 6th-12th century monastic village. The path along the south side of the Iveragh Penisula pauses at beautiful small towns rich in history—Waterville, Caherdaniel, Sneem and Kenmare. On the final day, an exhilarating walk traverses wild country north of Kenmare, then crosses Torc Mountain to finish in Killarney. This DVD also contains short sections about Killarney and walks along The Barrow Way in County Carlow and the South Leinster Way.
'The Kerry Way' is in the same style as Peter's earlier walk-DVDs, 'Walking the Camino (Spain)' and 'Ultreia - a Camino in France'. Photographs and Irish music are woven through with Peter's narration. Pan and zoom applied to the photos create dynamic effect.
'The Kerry Way'is supplied as a custom-DVD, individually produced using a high quality discs. It comes with printed disc label, contained in a black slimline dvd case with colour cover insert.
Duration 70 minutes.
COMMENTS: Peter's photos are beautiful and the storyhe has woven around them is most enjoyable. Ireland certainly is a beautiful place. (Stephen)
My brother John enjoyed 'The Kerry Way' DVD so much, he said he felt like getting on the next plane and going to Ireland to do the walk! (Pauline)
Congratulations indeed on 'The Kerry Way. The photographs, splendid narration and music really brought all aspects of the adventure to life. The Irish countryside looks absolutely beautiful. (Paul)