Ken­mare joins the ‘Quest Ad­ven­ture Se­ries’ fam­ily

The Kerryman (Tralee Edition) - - NEWS - By FER­GUS DEN­NEHY

KEN­MARE is the lat­est Kerry town to join the ‘Quest Ad­ven­ture Se­ries’ race as it was an­nounced that a new ad­ven­ture race will take place in the area on March 10, 2018.

This is the first time that the se­ries will come to this part of the county, with com­peti­tors set to be able to choose from three dif­fer­ent routes on the day.

There will be the 29km ‘Chal­lenge’ route, the 50km ‘Sport’ route and the 67km ‘Ex­pert’ route.

“It’s fan­tas­tic that Quest is com­ing to Ken­mare. These events have a great rep­u­ta­tion around the coun­try and it will be great to have ad­ven­ture rac­ers com­ing from around Ire­land and abroad to ex­pe­ri­ence all that Ken­mare has to of­fer,” said Una Bren­nan of the Ken­mare Mar­ket­ing and Events Group (KMEG)

On the day, par­tic­i­pants will run, cy­cle and kayak their way around Ken­mare Bay, Glen­inchiquin, the Beara Penin­sula and Ken­mare town.

For more in­for­ma­tion see: www. ques­tad­ven­ture­series.com

At the launch of a new Quest Ken­mare Ad­ven­ture Race, which will take place on March 10, 2018, were, from left: Patsy and Sheila O’Sul­li­van (Bo­nane Her­itage Park), Pete Wool­sten­holmes (Glen­in­chaquin Park), Oliver Kir­wan (Quest Ad­ven­ture Se­ries), Sarah Durkin (Ken­mare Mar­ket­ing and Events Group) and Mickey Ned O’Sul­li­van (Ken­mare Mar­ket­ing and Events Group).

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