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Kerry Camino 2013 / Re: Trail markings and accommodation
« Last post by Admin on September 08, 2014, 08:40:50 PM »
trail is well marked
easy enough to get B&b accommodation in Tralee, Annascaul and Dingle but I advise that you book ahead in camp as it is limited during the busy months it will also determine where you come off the trail.

we normally tell people to park in the brandon car park if doing the walk over the weekend as there are no parking fees on Sunday and brandon carpark is well lit and covered by Garda cameras.
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Kerry Camino 2013 / Trail markings and accommodation
« Last post by Dan McInerney on July 27, 2014, 04:52:26 PM »
Hi,
I am considering walking the Dingle Way towards the end of August and I have a couple of questions:
1. Is the trail well marked
2. Is there 'Albergue' type hostel accommodation available in Camp, Annascaul and Dingle and what is the typical price range?
3. Where in Tralee is a good and safe place to park a car and what is the best way to get back from Dingle to Tralee?
Regards
Dan McInerney
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Walking the Kerry Camino 2014 / Re: Kerrt Camino Walk
« Last post by Admin on May 19, 2014, 06:31:22 PM »
Hi Deirdre and Joan,
thank you for your interest
unfortunately we run our organised walk once a year on the May Bank holiday.

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Walking the Kerry Camino 2014 / Kerrt Camino Walk
« Last post by deirdrejoan on May 16, 2014, 12:31:01 PM »

Hi,

We are two fifth year students from Presentation Secondary School Tralee, who are currently doing a religion project on Pilgrimages we would love to do the pilgrimage and were wondering when is the next pilgrimage taking place as a group as we wouldnt be comfortable walking alone?

Regards,
Deirdre Slattery
Joan Walsh
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Hi there
I am going to answer the  Questions below with respect to our annual May bank holiday organised walk we do one walk a year to raise funds to run the Kerry Camino Committee (printing hosting and advertising, all the personell are volunteers).

Hi there,

I would be very interested in doing the Camino walk. The walk looks lovely and the website is really nice.

I have a number of questions to clarify some details.

1. What times do the walks start each day?

Walks start at around 10 in the morning each day.

2. Who do we co-ordinate with?


you coordinate with members of the Kerry Camino Committee who do the walk with you. on the days of the walks phone numbers are given out  so you can get in contact with them if you need help.

3. Is there contact detail available like a mobile phone to liase with someone?

Yes you can also email us at info @ kerrycamino . com
4. Is there a meeting point in Tralee - where and when is that?

the meeting point on the First Day is St Johns Church in Tralee
5. In terms of transport do we organise or own transport to and from the accommodation?

normally people are staying locally near the start of the days hike so it is not needed but we collect and drop off people to their accomodation if alot of people need to be moved we will hire a bus you would be expected to pay towards the bus fare.

I know these are a lot of questions but the answers would help to give a clear picture. Thanks for your efforts.
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 Info night and registration starts Friday evening- 8pm - at The Grand Hotel Tralee, and

the Walk starts on Saturday morning from 9am at St Johns church

there will be committee members walking with you we can give you our

last year we either drove them ourselves or got them a discounted taxi back to tralee for the first day (all Accomodation was taken by us in camp so alot of people stayed in Tralee a second night . we bused them back out the following morning (I carried 3 late people out in my car!) 

There was alot more accomodation in Annascaul the second night so I think alot of people stayed that night there.
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Hi there,

I would be very interested in doing the Camino walk. The walk looks lovely and the website is really nice.

I have a number of questions to clarify some details.

1. What times do the walks start each day?
2. Who do we co-ordinate with?
3. Is there contact detail available like a mobile phone to liase with someone?
4. Is there a meeting point in Tralee - where and when is that?
5. In terms of transport do we organise or own transport to and from the accommodation?

I know these are a lot of questions but the answers would help to give a clear picture. Thanks for your efforts.
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Where is meeting on the Friday night going on? :)
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2nd May to Monday 5th May, 40 registration fee
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Sounds good- looking forward to this walk  :)
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