Making The Most of Your Race Listing on RunIreland.com
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Half on the Head (Early Bird Entry until Jan 31st)
Jun 15 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm€25 – €40
The Half on the Head follows a wonderfully scenic course from Ballyheigue Village right around Kerryhead (one of the closest places to the USA).
The 13.2 mile run takes you along one of the hidden gems of the Wild Atlantic Way by the Shannon Estuary with views accross the river mouth to the coast of Clare. Glancing back you will see the rugged Kerry coastline stretching to the town of Ballybunion. You might even catch a glimpse of the fabled Cliffs of Dooneen.
Upon rounding the point of Kerryhead you will experience the magnificent panorama of Tralee Bay with Mount Brandon and the Maherees as a backdrop. Further along you have stunning views of the coastline stretching from Ballyheigue beach to Banna and Fenit with Blennerville Windmill in the distance.
A 10k run also takes place on the day.
For more information on the events click www.halfonthehead.com