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Waliking the Kerry Camino in 2018 / Re: Bag transfer
« Last post by kerrycamino on March 20, 2018, 01:03:23 PM »
Baggage transfers are usually taken care of by the prous nights accommodation  there is usually a reasonable fee

Kevin finn of 24/7 cabs https://www.facebook.com/247-Cabs-Tralee-170537719641353/ I have been informed do it
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Waliking the Kerry Camino in 2018 / Bag transfer
« Last post by chrisstc35 on February 18, 2018, 11:12:10 AM »
Hello. We are looking to walk independently from Tralee to Dingle this year, probably in June.
Would you please advise how we can arrange for our bag to be transferred.
Very many thanks.
Chris and Pat
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Kerry Camino walkable all year round
« Last post by Byrne on December 20, 2017, 03:27:44 PM »
Thanks for the info Brian.
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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / Re: Hello from the States
« Last post by kerrycamino on August 14, 2017, 02:04:42 AM »
Hi there!

have a look at
http://www.irishtrails.ie/trail/Sli-Corca-Dhuimhne---Dingle-Way/11/

or our own fantastic google maps http://kerrycamino.com/route-map/tralee-camp-route/

there are guide books and all modern maps will show the route https://www.trailheadireland.com/Walking_Trails/Dingle_Way like ones here

these are available in local bookshops  and tourist offices

the Kerry Camino covers a the dingle way from Tralee to dingle the rest of it is just the Dingle way.

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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / Hello from the States
« Last post by Sullykerry on August 08, 2017, 02:21:05 AM »
Time to plan my next Camino.  Just finished the Way of St. Francis from Assisi to the Vatican.

I know the Dingle Peninsula area from previous visits.  I have never walked it.  How strong is the signage?  Does the trail parallel the road or is it over open countryside?  Are there any maps published showing the trail.  I do have an older edition of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland but it does not show trails.

Thanks 
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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / Re: kerry caminol
« Last post by kerrycamino on August 01, 2017, 01:02:32 AM »
We do the guided walk once a year on the may Bank holiday but you can walk it yourself Any time!!  It is easy enough and it is on the Dingle way between both our sign posts and the dingle way signs you should be ok I would still advise a guide book with maps. I have done single days on my own it is quiet pleasant you get used to your own company and having a goal each day is a bit of an adventure.
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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / Re: kerry caminol
« Last post by Wiste on July 18, 2017, 07:59:15 AM »
HOW OFTEN IS THER GUIDED TOURS of the Hydromax site
KERRY CAMINO AND WHAT IS THE COST

When's the next one Brian?
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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / Re: kerry caminol
« Last post by kerrycamino on March 24, 2017, 10:46:16 AM »
ONCE A YEAR!!

on the may bank holiday usually 80 for the whole weekend

that includes transfer back to Tralee each day
guides walking the route with you and
we have support people to collect you from the trail in case of injury.
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Walking the Kerry Camino in 2017 / kerry caminol
« Last post by darragh osullivan on February 07, 2017, 08:41:29 AM »
HOW OFTEN IS THER GUIDED TOURS OF THE
KERRY CAMINO AND WHAT IS THE COST
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