This is one of the most fantastic views i have ever seen. Stopped in the lay bye area and found an amazing lake that is hidden from many peoples view. Dipped the feet in for a while and soaked up the unusually high temperatures. Great...More
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Going up from Dingle not bad with two lanes. Going down away from Dingle there is one section that is one way with multiple turnouts. Be patient, look ahead and use the turnouts. Two lanes the rest of the way. There is one view point...More
Wasn’t that bad, but I live in the Rocky Mountains. The road surface is in good shape and the turns marked. There was shoulders on the side, which doesn’t happen in my mountains, sometimes. In a few places it was tight, but you just slow...More
We heard this was a good route to take in Ireland and were not disappointed. We fell in love with this country and it's people immediately and appreciated the good advice to travel this area.
Happened upon this leaving Dingle. Amazing views. People were great backing up when I had a bus behind me and pulling over when they could see that I was coming with a bus behind me. This is a must see. Just an amazing place to...More
I drove this from Dingle to Castlegergory & back at night, then returned over it heading north the next day from Dingle. It's daunting at night I have to say. Pitch dark, narrow sections, but I suppose at least headlights gave you a heads up,...More
Wow! We ended our day trip in Dingle by Connor Pass, the highest pass in Ireland. It is simply beautiful! Magnificent views on either side, totally breathtaking! On the way down, you can see nice lakes on the left as well. Just WOW.
Travelled back from single to catch the ferry. Wow what a road, although raining and low cloud what fantastic thrill and stunning scenery . would have loved it to be sunny and clear. Be aware the road is steep and narrow in place if you...More