Kenmare joins the ‘Quest Adventure Series’ family
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).