Post Tagged with: "Kerry Camino"

Little Tiago Ryle, held by dad James, with his 'Compostela' for completing the camino.

Six-Month Old Tralee Baby Completes ‘Celtic Camino’ With His Parents

September 11, 2019 at 10:14 am 0 comments

A TRALEE baby has been carried nearly 180km of the Celtic Camino with his parents and has a cert to show for it! Tiago Ryle has earned ‘compostelas’ for finishing two different routes of the Camino de Santiago and he’s only six months old. Recently, Baby Tiago and his parents, […]

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Some of the large group that set off on Saturday morning from Camp for Annascaul.

Kerry Camino Aims To Impress Pride Of Place Awards Judges

July 5, 2019 at 12:24 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Kerry Camino is one of the projects aiming for a National Pride of Place Award this year and the judges are coming to Tralee to adjudicate the project on Saturday, July 13. The Camino is inviting businesses and community groups to the presentation to the judges in Presentation Primary […]

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Participants in the Kerry Camino.

Special Kerry Camino Event In Tralee Next Week

March 6, 2019 at 2:16 pm Comments are Disabled

FOR those of you interested in the Kerry Camino, there is a special event next week where you can hear all about the event. Camino Conversations ‘Walking The Kerry & Spanish Caminos’ is on at St’ Johns Church Ashe Street on Thursday, March 14 at 7.30pm. Guest speakers will be […]

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PHOTOS: Around 200 People Enjoy The Sunshine On The Kerry Camino

May 7, 2018 at 2:01 pm Comments are Disabled

By Adrienne McLoughlin THE Kerry Camino annual 3-day walk of the Dingle Way, Tralee to Dingle, took place on the May Bank Holiday Weekend and it was another great success in fine weather. Walkers came from all parts of Ireland with participants also from USA, Australia, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and […]

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Time To Prepare For The Annual Kerry Camino

Time To Prepare For The Annual Kerry Camino

April 24, 2018 at 2:34 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Kerry Camino was launched yesterday and organisers expect around 200 walkers from far and wide will take part in the annual event on routes from Tralee to Dingle. The three day walk will take place on the May Bank Holiday weekend, May 4-6, with a registration/information evening at The […]

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Some of the large group that set off on Saturday morning from Camp for Annascaul.

Experience The Kerry Camino In One Day With Bus/Walk Experience

August 18, 2017 at 1:33 pm Comments are Disabled

KERRY Camino have organised a Heritage Tour next week which will give participants a combined walk/bus experience of the history and heritage of The Dingle Way. The event takes place on Saturday, August 26, departing from St. Johns Church Tralee and finishing at the Church of St. James in Dingle. The event […]

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Kerry Camino members/ walk guides, Mike O'Donnell, Ingrid Boyle, Gillian Wharton, John Earley and Brian Fitzgerald at Sammy's, Inch.

PHOTOS: Glorious Weather Makes For Successful Kerry Camino Weekend Out West

May 3, 2017 at 11:05 am Comments are Disabled

HUNDREDS of people took part in the Kerry Camino over the weekend in what was another great success. Adrienne McLoughlin gives an account of the walks and supplied the photos below; “Friday was unexpectedly sunny, and made a huge difference to the Tralee to Camp Sliabh Mish mountain route, with […]

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Mike O'Donnell and Ingrid Boyle of Kerry Camino with group at rest bench and stamping station, overlooking Minard.

Kerry Camino A Must For Lovers Of The Great Outdoors

April 19, 2017 at 1:51 pm Comments are Disabled

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, […]

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Group from CaminoWays at the Railway Tavern, Camp on completing Day 1.

PHOTOS: Kerry Camino Provided An Active Bank Holiday Weekend For Pilgrims

May 8, 2016 at 11:08 am Comments are Disabled

Adrienne McLoughlin provides a report and photos from the Kerry Camino event held last weekend on the Dingle Peninsula… The Kerry Camino annual 3-day walk of the Dingle Way, Tralee to Dingle, took place on the May Bank Holiday Weekend and 185 pilgrims took part this year. This year’s event […]

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St Valentine’s Walk To Raise Funds For Recovery Haven

St Valentine’s Walk To Raise Funds For Recovery Haven

February 7, 2016 at 12:01 pm Comments are Disabled

PEOPLE are encouraged to get dressed up and loved up for Valentine’s Day for a great cause, as a precursor to the Kerry Camino walk later this summer. Regular walkers and newcomers to the Kerry Camino are encouraged to take part in a guided walk from Camp to Inch on Sunday, […]

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Boost For Kerry Camino As It Features On RTÉ Website

Boost For Kerry Camino As It Features On RTÉ Website

June 19, 2015 at 3:15 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Kerry Camino walk has is featured on the RTÉ lifestyle section with sports journalist Tadhg Peavoy documenting his journey along the famous route. The Kerry Camino was started just two years ago by Tralee people and has grown in popularity, tracing the route that St. Brendan took when he walked along the peninsula in […]

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Sample The Kerry Camino In One Day This Weekend

Sample The Kerry Camino In One Day This Weekend

October 16, 2014 at 9:34 am 1 comment

ANYONE up for a trek this weekend? Kerry Camino will be leading a walk of the first stage of The Dingle Way, Tralee to Camp, on this Saturday. The Kerry Camino is normally a three day event held on the May bank holiday weekend, but this gives an opportunity for people in Kerry […]

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