From Dingle to Tralee, one has two choices: the Conor Pass, or the N86 main road. Both roads join together after the village of Camp, and continue towards Tralee. The Conor Pass, which is the highest mountain pass in Ireland, and has spectacular scenery, ever changing with weather, light and seasons, is quite unsuitable for buses, trucks and other large vehicles. You’d be surprised how many tour buses fail to see warnings and get stuck on the pass, blocking it for some long time. But to be perfectly fair, the alternate route is also well worth seeing. So I thought I’d post some photos from both routes. They were obviously taken at different times of the year.
Below, are the views from the main road, Dingle to Tralee. Different, but still beautiful.
More Dingle Peninsula photos on my website, I hope you will check it out:
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