The Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland and is located on the North side of the Dingle Peninsula. The drive through the Conor Pass was breathtaking, beautiful views and very narrow twisty roads on the side of a mountain. The Mountain Pass runs through the Brandon Mountains which is the second highest peak in Ireland at 3127 ft.
There is a great lookout point at the top of the pass which allows you to overlook Dingle, the valley and lakes below, and Brandon Bay. There are some educational panels at the lookout the explain the geographical historical of the area and talk about how ice ages and natural changes to the area shaped the landscape.
I was lucky to visit the pass on a clear day, as a few locals indicated that if the weather is foggy it is nearly impossible to see anything from the lookout or on the road. After reaching the top of the Pass the road becomes much more rustic. The road is for two way traffic however the width of the road can only accommodate one car at a time -- so if you meet another car one of you needs to back up along the twisty to a spot that has a wide shoulder. The driving experience was a tad hair raising but the views of the area were well worth it.