Conor Pass – is a stunning and breathtaking mountain pass, which is the highest pass in Ireland at an altitude of 410 m,located in the mountains of the Dingle and Kilomre Cross peninsulas, on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ route, it is located on the route that runs from Dingle at the southern end of the peninsula towards Brandon Bay and Castlegregory in the north of County Kerry. From the car park on the top of the pass you can see the Aran Islands.

This narrow, winding road that leads to the pass can be impassable in the winter months if it is not cleared of snow, but it is definitely one of the most picturesque passes in Ireland and there is a car park at the top.