Killorglin is a town in Co Kerry. It is located on the Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way, around 26km south of Tralee, which can be accessed via the 279 bus route. The town is situated on the River Laune, which is well known for salmon and trout fishing. The town is a popular tourist destination with hotels, hostels and B&Bs. FEXCO, which includes the operations centre for the Prize Bond Company are headquartered in Killorglin, in addition to the Pharmaceutical firms Temmler and Astellas who have small plants in the town. There are numerous festivals in the area throughout the year, including the Puck Fair. The King Puck statue on the edge of town is one of the best known features of Killorglin. There is a selection of cafes, restaurants, pubs and take-aways in the town, as well as other business premises. There is also a golf course 3km outside the town as well as a GAA club, rugby club, soccer club, rowing club, cycling club and canoeing club. Killorglin is also home of the Cappanalea Outdoor Eudcation Centre whose activities include kayaking, rock climbing, camping, hill walking, orienteering, sailing, mountaineering, sea kayaking and abseiling. Killorglin is only 15 mins car drive from the base of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain and only 40 mins from Mount Brandon, Ireland's 2nd highest mountain.