The Conor Pass is a magnificent mountain pass situated in county Kerry, not far from The Dingle Peninsula. Its craggy dramatic landforms, and exceptional panorama make it a popular place for hikers and cyclists, photographers and travellers wishing to be dazzled by this breathtaking scenery. It has to be said, that the area is splendid, and far from all civilisation. The very essence of the wild soul of Ireland !
Not recommended for vertigo sufferers : the Conor Pass is 457 meters high ! It can be reached by a narrow twisting road with bends all the way up. Cars are allowed, but camper vans and trucks will find it hard facing the bend (there are some very narrow sections where two cars can not pass at the same time).
All along your way, you can admire a vertiginous panorama overlooking Tralee and Brandon Bay as well as Rough Point Peninsula and Dingle Bay. The valley is rich with its deep water lakes, red moorland, and rocky desert. A wild and surprising landscape which which is sure to make your camera heat up !