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A scenic stretch of land surrounded by rugged coastline.
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  • Very good17%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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“brandon bay” (11 reviews)
“both sides” (17 reviews)
“single lane” (14 reviews)
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"brandon bay"
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"both sides"
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"single lane"
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"both directions"
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"mountain side"
in 8 reviews
"scary drive"
in 6 reviews
"car park"
in 18 reviews
"narrow road"
in 17 reviews
"small waterfall"
in 9 reviews
"great drive"
in 13 reviews
"dingle town"
in 11 reviews
"nerve wracking"
in 5 reviews
"breathtaking views"
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"opposite direction"
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"mountain pass"
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"highest mountain"
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"take your time"
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Reviewed December 18, 2017

If you miss going through Connor Pass you really haven't seen the Dingle Peninsula. It is a beautiful drive to be taken slowly and treasured.

1  Thank Tracy S
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Reviewed December 1, 2017 via mobile

Very spectacular drive. Magnificent scenery! Had heard it was good but was better than anticipated. Take notice of advice given for vehicle size. Came close to here 2 years ago in a motorhome and advised not to use the pass and now can totally understand...More

1  Thank Richard K
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Reviewed November 16, 2017

Rugged Ireland at its best. Green upon green with winding goat tracks just wide enough for one car , Driving requires a lot of concentration , but views are rewarding

Thank Peter T
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Reviewed November 15, 2017

Most visitors will stop at Killarney and do the Ring of Kerry. Go another hour up the west coast of Ireland and take in the fantastic views of Dingle and the Dingle Penninsula. Less traveled and popular, this area is Ireland at its best. Narrow...More

Thank t-bonetraveller
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Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

We planned on going to Dingle from Galway without knowing much about the drive in advance. A friend had mentioned Conor Pass and we assumed it was an easy route through some mountains. When we got there we were pleasantly and terrifyingly surprised. The views...More

2  Thank DwyerJakeway
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Reviewed November 12, 2017

You can't go to Dingle without a journey through the Connor Pass - although narrow in parts, there are plenty of passing points. A must stop at the top to admire the views to both sides over Cloghane/Brandon on one side & Dingle on the...More

Thank Christine B
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Reviewed November 9, 2017

After exploring the town of Dingle we headed north via the Conor Pass. Even on a grey-ish misty day it was a terrific view.

Thank Jesfa
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Reviewed October 28, 2017

Well I grew up in this area and I frequently return having lived all over the world .It never fails to amaze me .When I am home I walk with the local Dingle Hill walking Club and a lot of our Sunday walks are in...More

1  Thank geraldine d
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Reviewed October 28, 2017

If you're travelling to Dingle from the north, skip the N86 and drive instead on the R560 (just north of Camp). This will take you across the top of the peninsula and down through Connor Pass, into Dingle. Spectacular scenery! Awesome! Yes, a narrow, winding...More

1  Thank Kris17900
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Reviewed October 26, 2017

Had reservations about driving this mountain pass, but it was so worth it! Roads were no narrower than already experienced in Ireland, and the views from the top to both coasts are breathtaking. Be sure to take in the waterfall at the top (posting photo)...More

Thank JKorW
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Barbrad
February 8, 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
March 26, 2015|
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Response from HarveyIreland |
I drive both ways but for a first timer, maybe Tralee to Dingle as you will be on the side of the road closer to the mountain than to the drop.
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