Altitude Profile (10 ft to 945 ft)
A great ride on a clear day. Few tourists visit this peninsular - prefering The Ring of Kerry - so it's quiet even in the high season. The terrain is quite hilly in places and occasionally single track. Refreshments at Bantry (The Snug is famous for its home-cooked lunches), Glengarriff, Castletown Bearhaven, Allihies, Eyeries and Adrgroom (fuel also). The quaint beer-fuel pump is at Lauragh at the foot of the Healy Pass. There's a cable car to Dursey Island. It has been modernised and no longer looks like a flying skip nor smells of cattle.
N 51°42.248' W 9°26.549'
N 51°42'14.922" W 9°26'32.989"
N +51.7041450 E -9.44249700
N 51°40.819' W 9°27.116'
N 51°40'49.187" W 9°27'06.984"
N +51.6803300 E -9.45194000
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