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Torc Waterfall

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Lying within the Killarney National Park, Torc Waterfall is a highlight for many visitors who come for the beautiful natural sights. It takes its name because it lies at the foot of Torc Mountain.

With a height of 20 metres, the cascade of Torc Waterfall comes down for 110 metres into the Devil’s Punchbowl corrie lake. It is best to view this waterfall after a heavy downpour as it will have more power and water running.

Torc Waterfall is easily accessible, so you can drive to the nearby car park and take on the 200-metre walk. For a better view, we recommend going up the steps to reach the next viewpoint.

If you fancy a longer hike, from here you could also go on to a circular walk around Torc Mountain.

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