The Kerry Way is a circular route through County Kerry, Ireland. It begins and ends in the town of Killarney, and is the longest of Ireland's National Waymarked Trails. It connects with several other Irish trails in the region, such as the Beara Way. The overall difficulty of completing the Kerry Way is moderate. The hiking conditions are generally easy while the weather is dry, but in wet conditions the same sections can be very difficult. Similar to other trails in this region, the difficulty of a specific hike will depend heavily on the weather.