Invitation to Walkers to Take Part in the Kerry Camino 2022

Members of the Kerry Camino organising group at Blennerville Bridge, included: Adrienne McLoughlin, Mike O’Donnell, Grace O’Donnell and Ingrid Boyle.

The organisers of the Kerry Camino 2022 have issued an invitation to walkers to join them for a unique experience following in the footsteps of our ancestors on the old pilgrim route on the Dingle Peninsula.

Day 1 on Friday, April 29th at 8am. Registration at St. John’s Church. Begin walking from Tralee to Camp Village 9am: 20 kilometers.

Highlights include: Tralee Town Park; Blennerville Canal; views of Tralee Bay and Fenit Lighthouse; Killelton Oratory and famine village. Options to stay in Camp Village or bus back to Tralee.

Day 2 – Saturday, April 30th: Walk from Camp Village to Annascaul : 17 kilometers.

Highlights include views of Slieve Mish mountains, crossing Emlagh Bog and a break at Inch Beach. Options to stay in Annascaul or bus back to Tralee.

Day 3- Sunday, May 1st : Walk from Annascaul to Dingle : 23 kilometers.

Highlights include: Minard Storm Beach and Castle; Lispole, and the walk into Dingle town.

Certificate of Completion

Finish at the Church of St. James in Dingle town opposite Benner’s Hotel where certificates of completion will be presented.

The price includes all bus transfers to and from the walk for those staying in Tralee, or one piece of luggage transferred to accommodation for those staying on the route; your Kerry Camino Passport and Certificate of Completion.

Guides and Support Vehicles

The cost for three days €120 or individual day option, Friday €40; Saturday €50 and Sunday €50. This is a fully supported walk with several guides and support vehicles.

All government restrictions and recommendations that are in force at the time of the walk will be adhered to.

Anyone staying on in Dingle after the walk must organize their own transport home as the last bus leaves Dingle on Sunday, May 1st at the end of our walk.

Please contact Ingrid: by email at: for further information.

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