Killary Adventure Centre offers a very wide range of activities, from water based ones such as kayaking and wide surfing, land based activities like rock climbing, hill walking and bungee jumping to country sports including clay pigeon shooting and archery.
Walking in Killary by ladydog22
There is also high ropes, a climbing tower, Hobie cat sailing, gorge walking, a zip wire and, in winter, snow boarding. So, plenty to do then!
Their aim is to give beginners confidence in and enthusiams for new pursuits, while having plenty to challenge the more experienced – and they acheive this well.
Not surprisingly its a very popular place for groups of people to go together, there is enough variety on offer to ensure everyone gets to do something they will enjoy. They have excellent facilities for teaching children, and their annual summer camps are extremely popular.
It can get a bit rowdy at night, it’s popular with hen and stag parties who like to let their hair down at the end of the day! So families may prefer to use it as a day time location rather than somewhere to stay overnight.
The location is magnificent, overlooking the crystal clear waters of Killary Harbour, which is Ireland’s only true fjord.