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Reviewed 4 days ago

If you like mountains, sunsets, clouds the journey to Dingle via Connor pass is the answer. Explore it to see what I am saying, you would not regret it.

Thank Tauseef S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Conor Pass is one of the most beautiful places in Ireland, which is saying a lot. Because it isn't easily accessible by tour buses, it's also a little hard to get to, but also more peaceful and personal as a result. Others have written appropriately...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We had debated whether to do the Dingle Peninsula or the Iveragh Penisula (with the Ring of Kerry). We chose to do both, but the Dingle Peninsula was really superb. One highllight is the Connor Pass, which is the highest public road in Ireland. On...More

Thank Bruce J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Driving up to the Conor Pass from either direction is a thrill in itself. But the views from the roadside park at the crest are spectacular. Watch the weather before you go, the pass my be actually in the clouds, which will make for a...More

Thank jjstaud
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have added some photos of this breath taking place. The Conor Pass is located in the mountains between Dingle and Tralee in Co. Kerry. You need patience as the roads are winding and at times only one car can drive on the road. There...More

Thank DEIRDRE928
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We made the drive through Conor Pass on a rainy, gray day. The narrow lanes and steep cliffs make for some harrowing driving but the views are worth it and Dingle is a great reward on the far side of the pass. Make sure to...More

Thank bradmack
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I did my research and made sure that we traveled on the lane that hugged the mountain, and I'm glad I did! There are narrow passages. However, the views are spectacular and I highly recommend.

Thank MelG
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When touring the Dingle Peninsula make sure you cross the Conner pass, such great views to both the north and south.

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Driving from Doolin to Dingle we drove over the Connor Pass. The road is a little narrow until close to the top when it turns into a one lane road. This takes some navigating. But the views from the top back toward Cloghane and forward...More

Thank 10sJohn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Was cycling to top of connor pass today and the Sheehy's Ices van didn't have a card machine so was pretty disappointed as I was tired after the hill up so wanted a coffee. But to my surprise they offered a free coffee. Very friendly...More

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Barbrad
9 February 2017|
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Response from Jason M | Reviewed this property |
There's nothing like the Rocky Mountains in Ireland but this is fantastic for sweeping views of the island and the thrill of tiny roads.
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Kristin K
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Response from A T | Reviewed this property |
Very good both ways. Conor Pass is just a few miles outside of Dingle so it's often better to take the "good roads" to Dingle and the go up the Pass, down the other side, and then turn around and go back to Dingle. You can... More
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