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Really enjoyed Glanbarrow Waterfall walk, totally unspoilt, with a little help from a boardwalk to make it a bit easier. You do need proper hiking boots and a reasonable level of fitness to attempt this - quite steep in places, leave small dogs/children at home!...More
We drove from Kinnity to Mountrath today, over the Slieve Bloom Mountains, somewhat foolhardy because we encountered serious icy and snowy roads which we should have had the cop on to expect. However, we got through on a wing and a prayer thanks to the...More
We took the orange route which is 10k and it took us about 2 hours 45 minutes. We also had a pit stop for about 15 minutes. It’s a lovely walk through forests past a small waterfall and along a board walk some of the...More
Fantastic! Waterfalls, old ruins, 2 beautifully different lakes, sheep, goats, deer and a very well maintained track! It rained but that didn’t spoil the views through the magnificent valleys. Well worth going that much further to walk right around both lakes!
We took a guided tour ( part of a guided tour package ) around Glenbarrow Waterfall and surrounding woods. Weather wasn't great but it was still enjoyable. Waerfall is approx 30 minutes walk from the car park but path is comfortable ( with few small...More
As a regular hillwalker I didn’t find the looped walks particularly challenging but the terrain was interesting as the flora and fauna were interesting as was the combined woodland walks , river and more open air board walks.
Glenbarrow waterfall and the Glenbarrow loop are simply beautiful. The drive to Glenbarrow is along country roads lined by colourful natural gorse with great views of the countryside. The walk itself is an interesting walk beginning in woodland with the river barrow alongside. You will...More