Glenevin Waterfall

Glenevin Waterfall, Clonmany: Address, Phone Number, Glenevin Waterfall Reviews: 4.5/5

Glenevin Waterfall
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Kathryn M
Berlin, Germany427 contributions
Friends
Lovely walk from the park entrance to the waterfall. The walk is very slightly uphill but not challenging as it is quite short (10-15 mins long). Picturesque and peaceful!
Written 22 July 2022
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lmcr77
Hornchurch75 contributions
Very peaceful. Great place to unwind and be with nature. Waterfall is lovely but the walk itself is so scenic.
Written 18 June 2022
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JC9
Newtownabbey, UK27 contributions
Family
Lovely walk to the waterfall, 1km long, no steep inclines, some bits very slightly uphill. Plenty of picnic benches and rest stops on the way. Great way to pass an hour in. Came across some sheep grazing on the route, we gave them their space as had lambs with them and they happily went back to their grazing.
Written 4 June 2022
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Dara D-M
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Family
Gorgeous area with adorable fairy houses decorating it. We even saw 3 beautiful white horses that really gave a magical feel to the place.
Written 12 August 2021
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OrlaghMarie
Galway, Ireland411 contributions
Solo
1km trip up to the waterfall, stroller friendly. Was a nice experience if on your route but wouldn’t go out of my way. Didn’t avail of any of the other facilities
Written 30 July 2021
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rubylass
cork154 contributions
Family
Another free attraction in Ireland. This is a hidden gem with good car parking and picnic tables. It is about 1km walk up to the falls but the path is gravelled and lined with lovely fairy doors. This attraction was all funded by the local community and it really is a credit to all those involved. The falls itself is very pretty and a lovely photo op. I would recommend people to visit if in the area.
Written 25 July 2021
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disorder80
Sligo, Ireland340 contributions
Lovely pleasant amble to a nice little waterfall. Multiple areas to have a picnic with benches and lovely scenery. Well worth a visit.
Written 11 July 2021
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Corkgirl1979
Cork33 contributions
Family
This is a community initiative that has created a lovely short gentle walk up to a nice waterfall. Suitable for buggies but might be tough to push a wheelchair because it has a slope and stony path. Lovely cafe at the start. Little bridges that kids will love. Plenty of fairy doors to spot
Written 1 July 2021
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Dave Eaton
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Solo
Stunning scenery, only a short walk from the car park, about a mile or so from Clonmany, highly recommended.
Written 3 March 2021
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NPI338
Chester, UK353 contributions
Couples
The walks booklet gave the impression that the incline was gentle. It was fine for us, but could be a challenge for some. It took us about 30 minutes, including a short steep walk up to a good viewpoint. There were places to sit in many places, including at the viewpoint. The path was made of small stones and was well compressed. A very pleasant walk to a small waterfall.
Written 24 September 2020
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