Kerry Camino A Must For Lovers Of The Great Outdoors

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Mike O’Donnell and Ingrid Boyle of Kerry Camino with group at rest bench and stamping station, overlooking Minard during last year’s Kerry Camino.

THE Kerry Camino festival taking place at the end of the month from April 28-30 and is a must for lovers of the great outdoors.

The annual festival offers walking enthusiasts three days of stunning trails taking in some of the most beautiful landscapes of the Dingle Peninsula. Over the three days, participants will walk from Tralee to Dingle.

The participants will meet up on Thursday, April 27 for a meet and greet at Grand Hotel Tralee at 8pm.

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The following morning it begins with a walk from Tralee to Camp (18kms). Starting time 9am from St Johns Church on Castle Street. After the walk at 7pm there will be a special CaminoWays presentation about the most popular Camino de Santiago routes.

On Saturday there is a walk from Camp to Annascaul (17kms). Starting time 9am from the Brandon Car Park with a barbecue night in the evening.

Finally on Sunday, it’s a walk from Annascaul to Dingle’s St James Church (22kms). Starting time 9am from the Brandon Car Park Kerry Camino certificates will be awarded to walkers at St James Church in Dingle. Tickets for the Kerry Camino events can be purchased by clicking here

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