Cliff walk from Dunmore to Portally cove. Can be continued onwards to Rathmoylan.
A cliff/coastal walk between Dunmore East Village and Portally Cove Waterford that takes about half an hour one way. It is well defined and although is a cliff walk does not have too many pieces very close to the edge. It even has a three geocaches along the way
This woodland walk begins from the left hand side car park, passing Saint Patricks Church, of Portlaw woods. The walk offers spectacular views of the Comeragh mountains and the Suir Valley. This area has some of the finest natural heritage and woodlands in the...
Satellite view is needed to see this spit of sand that runs from the Rinn gaeltacht area in Waterford almost all the way back to Dungarvan town. Great bird watching opportunities abound.
This walk takes in a mul***ude of stone age archaeology scattered through the Araglin Valley. Various barrows, fulacht fia, stone circles, stone lines and standing stones are encountered in a relatively short distance in low lying terrain.
10km looped beach walk that includes extensive areas of dunes and offers great opportunities for bird watching in the back strand area.
Walk through park, road and sea cliffs. Park just opposite the protestant church in Tramore and start at the sign posted alley way. Offers fantastic views of Tramore bay throughout.
Cliff walk that is a continuation of the Dunmore to Portally route.
The Whortle, or Hurtle walk is a recently re-opened route that provides fantastic views of the Suir as it widens and nears the sea. It connects the villages of Passage East and Cheekpoint.
A walk from the peoples park to the end of bilberry path on the tramore road