The cycle will travel towards the village of Camp, before climbing the famous Conor Pass, approx. 5 km in length with an elevation of 1,495 ft. The average gradient of 7% and max. gradient of 10%. The cycle will then descend for approx. 7 km to the village of Dingle in the heart if the Gaeltacht. Caution is advised on the fast descent of the Conor Pass. Slow down and take care on the sharp bends. When you arrive in Dingle, the food stop is at Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, An Daignean (Dingle)
The 135 km route will re-join the 100 km route and will cycle on to Annascaul and on to Camp (via Gleann na Gaelt). From Camp the route will return back to Tralee, to the finish line at Denny Street, SMACK BAG in the centre of Tralee town centre.
The route has an overall elevation gain of 1,045 metres.