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nicolefla1992 wrote a review Aug 2020
22 contributions3 helpful votes
Such a lovely waterfall and the walk to it is lovely a little bit tough but doable. It took about 40mins but so worth it when you get to the top. The views are just amazing, if u are taking a trip to sligo this is definitely a must do.
Date of experience: August 2020
regan3_11 wrote a review Aug 2020
Tipperary, Ireland88 contributions75 helpful votes
We came across this sight by accident on route to Glencar waterfall. It was flowing and while we didn't reach the top it is a lovely walk and worth finding.
Date of experience: July 2020
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James C wrote a review Dec 2019
Modena, Italy7 contributions3 helpful votes
Very natural area with a defined trail leading to the water fall. Off the beaten path, parking is limited, with back up lot not very close. The trail leading to Devil's Chimney takes about a half hour to hike and is well and moderately demanding.
Date of experience: December 2019
Matt S wrote a review Sep 2019
Brighton, Michigan1,901 contributions479 helpful votes
While you have to be lucky, and will only see waterfalls here after significant rain, this is location is still very well worth to visit. There is no charge here, and the hike to the falls area is absolutely gorgeous; there's quite a bit of elevation change during the hike, but it is a well marked and well maintained path. Although there was no water flowing during our visit, it was an absolutely beautiful hike, and very well worth our time. Considering nearby falls attractions can get pretty crowded, this area isn't nearly as possible, and you won't encounter crowds at all. Parking at the bottom of the trail can be challenging; but, if finding a space, don't hesitate to hike the trail, and hope to see some waterfalls!…
Date of experience: June 2019
Mary B wrote a review Aug 2019
London8 contributions6 helpful votes
Head towards Glencar and the turning is a bit before you get to Glencar waterfall. It’s about a 25 - 40 minute walk, a bit steep in places but suitable for everyone. The view from the top is well worth the walk. They say that it’s better to go when it has rained (not uncommon in Sligo anyway) we had the perfect combination of showers and sunshine that day and when we got to the top the waterfall was pouring and bathed in sunlight. Absolutely breathtaking! Could not recommend more.…
Date of experience: August 2019