|Elevation||456 m (1,496 ft)|
|Location||County Kerry, Ireland|
|Range||Mountains of the Central Dingle Peninsula|
Access to the pass
A twisty one-lane asphalted road leads to the pass. The drive, inadvisable in bad weather, is considered one of the most beautiful in Ireland. The scenic road leading to the pass weaves its way around the sharp cliff faces and past high corrie lakes. Vehicles over two tonnes in weight are prohibited from using the road in order to avoid difficulties in passing.
Bicycle ascent to the pass is one of the most famous and difficult climbs in Ireland.
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