This walk takes you round the headland, well signposted but quite a narrow path with some great views over Ardmore bay.
VERY SCENIC, ROLLING HILLS, VIEW OF SUIR AS YOU COME DOWN TO BEACH, STOP AT AGGIES IF VERY HOT OR WET, NICE VIEW OF DUNMORE BAY AS YOU DESCEND BACK TO VILLAGE
A walk that starts quite easily but gets progressivley more difficult as it continues. Stunning views of the Comeraghs and surrounds are afforded to anyone that completes the tough summit push.
The is a great walk of a historic area. Ballysaggartmore was an area of great hardship, death during the famine for local Irish however this was in stark contrast to Arthur Kiely-Ussher the local landlord who evicted many of the local tenants to build a castle bigger...
This Trail begins at Portlaw Heritage Centre, Malcomson square in the historic model industrial village of Portlaw, County Waterford. This looped walk is partly street walking to Saint Patricks Church where you enter the Portlaw woods, SAC (Special Area of...
Walk is tougher than the map may imply and can easily take two hours. Incorporates high sea cliffs and rocky coves along the way. The start of the walk can be tidal and while it is always passable, it is more enjoyable on a low tide.
Beginning at Portlaw Heritage Centre, Malcomson square, Portlaw, County Waterford this looped walk takes you through one of Irelands hidden gems, Curraghmore Estate. On entering Curraghmore Estate follow the gravel driveway with the Clodiagh River on the left until...
From the parkinglot at the Vee, follow the wall that marks the tip/waterofrd border up to the saddle between the sugarloaf and Knockmealdown. First up the sugarloaf for some awesome views, then on to Knockmealdown proper for even better ones!
Walk from through crough wood in the comeragh mountains Co. Waterford leading up to the Mahon Falls
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