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Wild West Run


This is the fifth year of the 13.1mile Wild West Trail Run, which meanders between Kenmare and Killarney on the world famous ‘Kerry Way’.

Why we’re different?

– Trail Route designed with the help of a World Mountain Running Champion
– AAI Measured and Approved Course
– WWR works with local clubs and communities
– WWR supports a National Hospital (Our Lady’s) and an International Charity (So They Can) on infrastructure projects in Africa
– Value for Money
– Fabulous Prizes – over €1500 in bespoke trail shoes and kit
– Branded Tech Tees, Energy Bars and Gels to all runners
– Insurance included
– Safety/Directional Marshalling throughout
– Post race Spa and Leisure facilities
– We’re fun!!

– Register 5 participants and we’ll give you free entry!!

Runners leave the village of Kenmare on the Wild Atlantic Way and pick up the trail heading towards Peakeen Mountain and on to Galway’s Bridge, on the cusp of Killarney National Park. Rounding the marshalling station here, the runners head south back to Gowlane’s Cross before heading east towards Dromcahan and eventually back to Kenmare. Route starts at sea level and rises to an elevation of 700m, crossing some of Kerry’s finest peaks and rivers.