1K walk from the visitors center a good workout but quite manageable, though care should be taken further up if it is raining, as the rounded rocks there can be slippery. Inside, the multi-ringed stone wall interior and 100M high cliffs (no guardrails, take care) are impressive and daunting. The visitor center below traces its growth over the ages, and recent archaeological findings, in broad strokes and a good selection of books is available to fill in any gaps. Afterwards, the ice cream parlor and café (great beef stew) are worth a visit. As there are no cars on the island, tour bus, bike and/or foot are needed for covering the 4 miles or so from the dock in Kilronan.
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