Lyracrumpane or Ladhar an Crompain translates to the space between converging rivers, namely the Smearlagh and the Crumpane. The Smearlagh river has importance as a salmon spawning ground and has been designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) in order to protect it. It also falls within a Special Protection Area (SPA) for the Hen Harrier, Merlin and Red Grouse. Bringing along binoculars on a visit is advisable. Located in the lower Stack’s Mountains, Lyracrumpane is the essence of rural Ireland with the benefits of peace, tranquility and a friendly community.

Half way between Tralee and Listowel, east of the N69.

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