Will you join Pat Falvey and Pat Spillane on the annual Kerry Way Cancer Research Walk?

WKerry Way launch 2014 39The 9th annual Kerry Way Cancer Research walk in aid of Breakthrough Cancer Research, who fundraise for the Cork Cancer Research Centre, was launched by world renowned adventurer Pat Falvey and legendary Kerry footballer and sports pundit Pat Spillane. The pair are inviting you all to don your walking boots and join them in Kerry from the 25th to the 27th of July.
The Kerry Way Cancer Research walk is a guided 70 km walk over three days combining impressive mountain views, dramatic peaks and glens, wild moorlands, wooded paths and lakes along the Kerry Way trails.  Challenging but fun, the great camaraderie on the route adds to the spectacular settings and ensures a truly memorable experience in the Kingdom. 
The walks over the three days include some of Irelands most fabulous walk
ways Lauragh to Kenmare incorporating part of The Beara Way, Lough Inchiquin, the Torc Waterfall and Esknamucky Glen, with a surprise on Friday, which consists of a unique Boat Trip across Beautiful Kenmare Bay, landing at Templenoe to start our Twilight walk to Kenmare. 
No stranger to team work, Kerry legend Pat Spillane explains his involvement, “There are still too many people, family and friends who are affected by cancer.  I was lucky enough in my playing career to be a part of a fantastic team, with everyone working tirelessly to reach the same goal.  The team of researchers at the Cancer Research Centre are the very same, highly skilled and talented and working together to develop cutting edge research which will provide cures for cancer.  It promises to be a great weekend and I’m inviting you all to come and Challenge Yourself and Challenge Cancer in the stunning surrounds of one of the most glorious places on earth, the Kingdom!”
The Kerry Way Cancer Research Walk is open to everyone over the age of 18 and each walker is expected to be fit enough to complete each walk. Walkers can decide on how many days they would like to walk, one, two or all three days over this fantastic weekend. While some people take part with friends, a lot of people come on their own, as the weekend is a great way to meet new people from all over the country”.  
If you would like to partake in the Kerry Way Cancer Research Walk this July, or if would like to volunteer as a walk leader, or simply make a donation to the cause, Lo-call 1890 998 998, visit
www.kerrywaycancerwalk.ie, www.hopelives.ie , or see the Kerry Way Walk facebook page for details.