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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.
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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
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
The views are beautiful on a good day. Please check the vehicle limits for the road and that it is down to one lane for off and on for a bit so be prepared to reverse a little to give way to oncoming traffic. We...More
We heard all the warnings...but the trip is fine if you've been driving in Ireland for a bit. Do not attempt this on your first day or two of driving on the other side...but once you get it going, this is one spectacular trip. Highest...More
My wife said this was her favorite part of our entire trip. The views are spectacular and there's plenty of space for walking around, taking in the views and snapping pictures. We let our 2 year old walk down a couple paths while she looked...More
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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
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 waste a lot of time on the bad roads on the Tralee side trying to access the Conor Pass.