Connor Pass Circuit

Connor Pass Circuit

Plot my route:-

Distance:- 65Km
Ascent:- 1091m
Grade:- Easy to Strenuous

Castlegregory- Camp-Annascaul- Dingle-Conor Pass- Castlegregory

The Conor Pass is one of Ireland’s highest and most spectacular roads. Rising to 478m with a 5km climb from east to west, this is a climb that will live long in the memory. The Connor Pass is very strenuous, a tough climb with a 7.3 degree gradient. It can be windy coming towards the top and the descends are dangerous if not careful as well as having to content with busy summer traffic.  The big bonus after it is completed is the chance to experience Dingle, a vibrant town that gives the visitor that instant ‘I’m on holidays’ feeling. Stop here and enjoy the view, a coffee and some ice cream but heading on the road again to Annascaul, camp and back home to Castlegregory. Of course there are many viewing points along the way if you feel like taking it more easy. Don’t forget to bring a camera. Well worth a