Brandon Mountain and its view of Connor Pass - © Monica

Brandon Mountain

Brandon Mountain and its view of Connor Pass - © Monica

The Dingle Peninsula has one of the highest peaks in Ireland: Brandon Mountain! With a height of 950 metres, it is one of the most popular peaks in the country for hikers! But beware, this mountain is for very good walkers, able to withstand significant differences in altitude! At the top, the view is exceptional!

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A demanding summit for walkers

Connor Pass - Jürgen Hamann

Connor Pass – Jürgen Hamann

Impressive. That’s the word for Brandon Mountain. Located in County Kerry, on the famous Dingle Peninsula, the mountain is green and protects a beautiful Irish lake with deep, calm waters below.

The site is totally wild, and will plunge you into a calm rarely reached elsewhere. Don’t miss to equip yourself well for its ascent: walking shoes, pullover, windbreaker, food and water are imperative. Prefer a group hike than a solo one: it is an imperative to hike in safety. A marked trail will allow you to reach the summit and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Peninsula, as well as the Connor Pass, another pass in the region.

Finally, if you don’t want to climb it, you can always admire it from the road: the mountain is magnificent, and changes according to the weather! Enough to take some nice pictures!

Practical informations

Note Traveler's Note:

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Address Address: north of the Dingle Peninsula
Lieu : (County Kerry)

Coordonnées GPSGPS : 52.234695,-10.254401

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