Here are some photos taken on a walk up a mountain from the car park on the Conor Pass road, on the Dingle Peninsula, South West Ireland. I have previously posted photos from this Conor Pass road. https://helenebrennan.wordpress.com/2020/02/24/conor-pass-or-main-road/ The path northwards from the road goes up the Slievanea Mountain, which has wonderful views, as, as you might expect.
I find – on my computer it takes two clicks on most of the photos to see the best, sharpest version.
Mount Brandon is the mountain in the above view.
Here in this one above one can see Dingle town, and below, across Dingle Bay to the Iveragh Peninsula (Ring of Kerry)
These corrie lakes are stunning, at any time of the year, looking a little frozen at the moment. The grass was crunchy with frost under our feet. It was really cold, with a bitter North East wind.
Would you believe it – that someone was so stupid and thoughtless to walk up a mountain, behold the wonderful views, and leave a beer bottle behind!
There were quite a few other walkers about, not surpringly, being such a beautiful sunny day.
Unfortunately we ran out of path, and tried to make our way through humpy boggy ground, before abandoning the walk in case of not being able to find a safe route back. Besides, it was bitterly cold. Another Day!
The above shot was taken from the road on the way back to Dingle. It shows the Kinard area, with the sea stack The Searrach, meaning foal, in view.
The Conor Pass is the highest ashphalt mountain pass in Ireland, and one of the most scenic routes you could find. It’s not easy to drive for the visitor who doesn’t know the road, being very narrow and winding with overhanging rocks in places.
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