Slievanea Ridge

  • Slievanea Ridge from Brandon Point - © William Mackesy
  • Slievanea - © William Mackesy
  • Conor Pass and western Slievanea ridge - © William Mackesy

Key information: Slievanea Ridge

  • Salivatory walking on this magnificent ridge at the heart of Dingle Peninsula.

Walkopedia rating

  • Walkopedia rating82.5
  • Beauty32.5
  • Natural interest15
  • Human interest5
  • Charisma32
  • Negative points2
  • Total rating82.5

Vital Statistics

  • Length: Variable
  • 650 m
  • Maximum Altitude: 650 m
  • Level of Difficulty: Variable

This walk description page is at an early stage of development, and will be expanded over time. Your comments on this walk, your experiences and tips, and your photos are very welcome.

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Slievanea - © William Mackesy

WALK SUMMARY

The Slievanea ridge dominates the high centre of the western Dingle Peninsula.

To the west of Beenoskee, Slievanea, Croaghskearda, Windy Gap, and Knocknulanane are all on the same magnificent ridge, and salivatory walking, whether individually or together. Slievanea is said to be one of the best walks on the peninsula, especially if walked on the aforementioned ridge or with Slievenalecka and Slievenagower to the north-east, with northern corries and cliffs overlooking charming lakes, including Adoon. And on to Beenoskee if you desire.

East of Slievanea lie the lovely Coumanare lakes.

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See our Dingle Peninsula  page for more general and practical information and photos.

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Safety and problems: All walks have inherent risks and potential problems, and many of the walks featured on this website involve significant risks, dangers and problems. Problems of any sort can arise on any walk. This website does not purport to identify any (or all) actual or potential risks, dangers and problems that may relate to any particular walk.

Any person who is considering undertaking this walk should do careful research and make their own assessment of the risks, dangers and possible problems involved. They should also go to “Important information” for further important information.

Anyone planning an expedition to this place should see further important information about this walk.

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