A lovely walk on the far side of the Connor Pass from Dingle, to Brandon Point on the edge of Mount Brandon, and up the hill from the car park. Beautiful views, well worth the journey, although negotiating the tourists on the pass is somewhat precarious in August. Parts of this road are very narrow and winding, with overhanging rocks, and a steep drop on one side.
With the Connor Pass well behind, this is Cloghane Estuary
View from the car park at Brandon Point.
…and walking up the hill, looking at the views.
One of 83 wartime (WW2) lookout posts around the coast of Ireland.
Jasmine and friends, a lovely bunch of people relaxing at the top of the hill beside the cairn. You can sometimes meet the nicest people at the top of mountains!
On the journey back to the pass.
Home safe and sound after this enjoyable little bit of a hill walk. So nice to see the scenery at the other side of Brandon Mountain.
Next I have some photos to show of yet another side of Mount Brandon. Here is a preview:
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Dingle Peninsula photos on my website: