Conor Pass, Dingle Peninsula

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Get your head in the clouds at Conor Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland. Your journey follows a winding, twisting asphalt road that sometimes only allows enough room for one car to pass at a time. Along the way you'll see waterfalls, lakes, and cliffs; the high altitude allows for magnificent views of the coast. Avoid this trip in bad weather because of the road conditions. Use our Dingle Peninsula trip itinerary planner to visit Conor Pass on your trip to Dingle Peninsula, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • You should have fun driving the pass and once at the top the panorama is wonderful. You can also get to see the Dingle Peninsula Waterfall near the top - not massive but very pretty and with free park...  more »
  • Maybe we didn't do the correct road, or the correct part of the road, but I don't understand the draw or why people think this is so gorgeous. I much preferred the road between Killarney and Kenmare i...  more »
  • Very scenic route. Lovely area. Was on a cycle so it was beautiful. And tough to climb. Be careful on the decent. Narrow road so cars be careful.
  • This is my favourite part of Ireland. Not because of the amazing views or fun narrow roads, but because it's incredibly hilarious watching people trying to open and close their car doors in the extreme wind. Best laugh I've had in a long time!
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