6 – 7 hour walking route on roads.
The Cork/Macroom Rail line opened in 1866 and closed in 1953. Walk along a disused railway track, perfectly safe to use.
Moderate walking route on mostly roads.
Walk along a disused railway track, perfectly safe to use.
Seven hour walking route on roads and forest tracks.
This is the complete section from the pub at Bweeng to the Carpark at Mushera. The sections across Mossy Bed and Nadd Bog are very wet all year round. Forest operations at the start of the Nadd bog section means that the way markings are not easily visible. Overall...
Disused railway track.
Part of the Beara Way from Glengarriff to Adrigole via the Sugarloaf Mountain pass. This route commences in the Coomerkane Valley and continues following the way marked trail rising steeply uphill until the pass at the Sugarloaf Mountain. From here it continues...
This is a tough walk to Hungry Hill with some very steep parts so walk with care.
This is a long walk that is very steep for the last few miles. Apparently Claidh Dubh means 'Black ditch' for those interested. Lots of Irish folklore about a wild bore digging up the ground to leave these land formations.