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Annascaul Village
Co. Kerry

The Kerry Camino

The Kerry Camino

Following the Pilgrim trail of St Brendan on the Dingle Way Marked Way from St. Johns Church in Tralee, passing through Annascaul and Camp and ending in St. Johns Church Dingle.

The walker who registers at the Tralee Tourist Office will receive a free pack which contains a walkers log book where the walker stamps at pre-determined locations along the trail. You can get your log booked stamped in Annascaul and make  sure to  stay  in Annascaul / Anascaul and Abhainn Na Scail as gaeilge   anytime  you like where you  will get a enormous welcome. More  information on Kerry and  Annascaul at –  Some  great  reviews  can be  seen  here  regarding the Kerry Camino and Dingle Way.

The Kerry Camino log book

The Kerry Camino allows for  a great week-end of walking and sight seeing for an active vacationers. The walk can be completed over three days beginning at St. John’s Church, Tralee and ending at St. James in Dingle. The first day takes you to Camp. You begin on smooth paths as far as Blennerville and then continue over rough mountain paths to Camp, finishing at Camps’s railway bar.  This is the  hardest days walking. The second day takes you to Anascaul over secondary roads and fairly good paths with some mucky patches, relatively easy going and probably the easiest day. Day three continues on to Dingle. This is the longest section but apart from the climbing, the roads and paths are in fairly good condition. Well organised, transport back to accommodation etc. provided. Good fun.”

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