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  • We are going to give a mastodon a try

    I am planning to give the social network a try. It is supposed to be like twitter but it is a social network Mastodon

  • Camping on Kerry Camino

    We get ask regularly  for camping options on the Kerry Camino we never sure if it could be done I knew that there was camping in Tralee and  in the village of Camp but didn’t know of the options for camping in Annascaul but galzgonewild_ on instagram have written \ report of their hike here […]

  • Results of photo competition

    Results of photo competition

    Drumroll please! We have selected our two winners of the Kerry Camino 2021 Walking Weekend photo competition. Norma Maguire took the photo of our volunteers Mike and Bill safely assisting walkers cross the River Finglas at Camp Upper on Day 2, 18th September. Norina Coppinger’s image of two walkers crossing the bog section on the […]

  • Another review of the Kerry Camino

    We would like to point out that we do not charge for the cert afterwards just go t https://www.hillwalktours.com/walking-hiking-blog/the-kerry-camino-pilgrimage-on-the-dingle-way/

  • Added navigation help near entrance to Emmlough bog

    Added navigation help near entrance to Emmlough bog

    Emmlough bog is on the second day of the kerry camino after Camp and a large road climb because people were missing the turn we have put a helpful sign on the road near the entrance

  • Tickets for the September guided walk being released soon

    The lock down is going great and we will be releasing 100 tickets for sale for our September  guided walk between Tralee and Dingle at the start of June ! we will release more once we the State agencies say that more people are allowed to gather in one place

  • Sunday May 16th is the Feast of St Brendan

    As he is intrinsically involved with the Kerry Camino we feel it appropriate to share this poster from St Brendan’s Church Tralee encouraging the celebration of his feast day Feast of St Brendan PDF Poster

  • New Wedge tomb in Dingle peninsula maybe even older than previously assumed

    It dates from between 500BC and 2000 BC believed to be untouched which is unusual. https://arkeonews.net/bronze-age-wedge-tomb-discovered-on-the-dingle-peninsula-maybe-even-older/

  • Event Cancelled

    After a meeting of the committee and discussion with local authorities we have taken the difficult decision to cancel our event on the 5th of September.   We are unsure of how the Covid 19 situation is developing and whether or not we would be able to run the walk on the 5th given the […]

  • Mike O’Neill RIP

    Kerry Camino are saddened to learn of the death of Mike O’Neill, Camp on Friday 22nd May. Our many walkers of the 3 day May Bank Holiday weekend will remember Mike as the proprietor of The Railway Tavern in Camp, where our first day’s walk from Tralee concluded and our second day’s walk to Annascaul […]