People Cycling Rides

Ireland - The King of Kerry.

This is a Cancelled Ride
Moderate
Ride Info
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Ride Leader
Thomas Ryan
Tour Dates
8/8/2023–8/16/2023
Start Location
Dublin, Ireland (DUB)
End Location
Dublin, Ireland (DUB)
Cost (est.)
$3650 (USD + $150.00 ride fee)
Deposit
$1050 (USD
Payment Due
6/8/2023
Tour Company
WeAdventure
Avg. Distance
41 mi / 66 km
Avg. Elevation
2440 ft / 744 m
Ride Description

General Information 

The King of Kerry Ride explores deeply the County Kerry in the South West of Ireland, where we base ourselves in three fantastic locations, Kenmare, Killarney and Dingle.  From there we explore by bike three breathtaking peninsulas in the shape of a crown, and delve into life in rural and coastal Ireland through interactions with the friendly local people.

The “Kingdom of Kerry” is one of the country’s most popular areas. Known for its enthralling combination of National Parks, epic mountains, sparkling lakes and lively towns. Shops, pubs, music venues and restaurants also abound – it’s not always about the bike!

The cycling is spectacularly scenic  in this region, as we venture onto the Iveragh, Beara and Dingle Peninsulas, where we will climb some of Ireland’s well known mountain passes and gaps, including the Healy Pass, Molls Gap and the Ring of Kerry. The 9 day trip will start with an arrival night in Dublin (DUB) on August 8th, 2023, before transferring to Kerry and cycling 250 miles (400 kilometers) over six days – an average of approximately 42 miles per day (67 km).  Our Irish adventure ends on August 16th with a coach transfer back to Dublin (DUB). 

Our ride is supported by WeAdventure Ltd. a Irish based cycle tours specialist with the experience and capabilities to conduct this epic adventure.  WeAdventu… (Join People Cycling to read more)

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People Cycling has four categories for our rides – Easy, Moderate, Difficult, and Challenging. It should be somewhat obvious what these categories mean, but please become familiar with the elevations and distances that define them:

Easy
Easy rides are under 30mi/48km in average distance and 1600ft/500m in average elevation
Moderate
Moderate rides are over the Easy rating but under 50mi/80km and 2460ft/750m
Difficult
Difficult rides are as over the Moderate rating but under 75mi/120km and 3280/1000m
Challenging
Anything over the Difficult rating

NOTE: This is not a strict guideline. There could be rides that have a day or two where the average elevation or distance exceeds the values given above. These anomalies should be outlined in the ride description. It is recommended that you read it carefully.

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