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B Wayne
3 months ago
Went here en route to Dingle after seeing it in Rick Steve's guidebook. An exciting drive for four city-dwelling Americans in a right-hand drive POS rental car. Tight squeezes, blind curves, and steep cliffs kept things interesting (in a good way--a rock wall alongside the road prevents you from any real danger). If you're used to big wide roads and plenty of space like we are, just the drive itself is an experience. Stop offs along the way for incredible views, and once you get to the top you can see all the way down to Dingle and the sea beyond--and back down into the valley--a near-360 degree panorama. It has been a year and a half and I still remember it so distinctively and the impression it left. I would definitely recommend this route to anyone driving to Dingle in a rental car.
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Jenna Rosenbaum
6 months ago
This was another find of my husband's, but I'm so glad we made the drive. The views were just beautiful, and the people we met along the way were wonderful. Plus, we had some of the yummiest ice cream I've ever had from an ice cream truck at the top of the pass :) I'm extremely happy we took the time to enjoy the drive, the scenery, and even the tons of sheep that wander along the road!
Majella Pierse
3 months ago
Best climb for cyclists
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Kenan Bulut
9 months ago
realy realy much better
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Darren McLoughlin
2 months ago
Ireland's highest road pass affords great views if you can handle the narrow road.
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Tom Keane
7 months ago
Great views and an exciting experience if driving it yourself. I was ready for the narrow roads until it became barely wide enough for one car and on the edge of the mountain. Not really bad, you just have to pay attention. Being from the US, the left hand drive added to the challenge. Great fun.
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Pierce Ferriter
a year ago
Amazing views
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John Huikku
8 months ago