The South-West Region consists of the territory of the city of Cork and of the counties of Cork and Kerry. Ireland's southernmost and westernmost points are located in the Southwest. Ireland's twelve highest mountains are located in County Kerry. Killarney National Park in Kerry has Ireland's only native herd of Red Deer and the most extensive covering of native forest remaining in Ireland. The southwest has a total of 132,274 hectares of Forest and woodland area, larger than six different Irish counties. The combined coastline of Cork and Kerry is 1,778 km including islands.