Dungarvan Tourist Information, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Dungarvan & West Waterford Tourism, Main Street, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland.   Tel: 058 41741  
Dungarvan Tourist Information, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Walks

Waterford Greenway Waterford Greenway
The old railway line from Waterford City to Dungarvan when completed is a 46km of off-road cycling and walking trail which travels through time and nature across eleven bridges, three viaducts and through the atmospheric tunnel all the way from the river to the sea.
Along this route in Irelands Ancient East is a Viking settlement, Norman Castles, medieval ruins, a famine workhouse, an old railway stations and a heritage railway train still runs along part of the track at Suir Valley Railway.
Currently the trail is open from Dungarvan almost to Waterford city centre, and will by completed by the summer of 2017.

Enjoy the breath taking scenery as you approach the Town of Dungarvan along the amazing coastline.  Bikes can be hired and this would make a great family day out. Please follow the Country Code and enjoy your beautiful journey.

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Seashore Tours Seashore Tours
Seashore Tours runs guided tours of the seashore, introducing visitors to the fascinating array of plant and animal life living there.
Glenshelane River Walk Glenshelane River Walk
From Cappoquin take the R669 eastwards. At the junction where there is a statue between the two roads, veer right. Cross a bridge and turn immediately left into a car park beside the river. Take the forestry track upstream from the car park. This track takes you up the steep side of Glenshelane through a forest which has a mixture of Oak, Beech, and lots of scrub.
Knockmealdown – Sugarloaf Horseshoe Walk Knockmealdown – Sugarloaf Horseshoe Walk
Take the R668 out of Lismore travelling in a northerly direction; this is a very scenic route. Travel along this road 'till you meet the junction with R669 on your right, just beyond this junction it is possible to park close to a bridge and a derelict house. The walk commences at this point.
The Ardmore Cliff Walk The Ardmore Cliff Walk
The Ardmore Cliff walk takes you around Ardmore Head and Ram Head passing the shipwreck known as Sampson. The walk takes in the 12th-century Ardmore Round Tower. Round Towers were built between the 9th and 12th centuries, this is one of the finest, if late, examples of this type of structure in Ireland.
 
Comeragh Mountain  Walks Comeragh Mountain Walks
The Comeragh Mountains are a remarkable and varied range, stretching from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Clonmel. The central part of the Comeragh Mountains features a boggy plateau, while the fringe features phenomenally rocky coums filled with a wonderful assortment of little Loughs. Here you will find the rock-walled Coumshingaun and Coum Iarthair, as well as Crotty's Lough, which was named after the outlaw who lay low in these remote fastnesses. Other deep hollows include Coumstillogue, Coumalocha, Coumfea, and Coumtay. Searching for them all can make for some interesting explorations. (O.S. Discovery Series Map no. 75 covers the area with great detail) A network of forest tracks offer easier walking.
An Coinigéar Walking Trail An Coinigéar Walking Trail
The walk starts at Mooneys Pub, which can be found on the R674. Try to walk as far as the highest sand dunes to capture the full flavour of the walk. The walk is memorable for its views to the Knockmealdown and Comeragh Mountains and to Helvick Head. It is an excellent place for bird-watching as many different seabirds can be seen in this area.
Helvick Head Walking Trail Helvick Head Walking Trail
The walk starts at Mooneys Pub on the R674. From Mooneys walk uphill past the tennis courts and stay on this road all the way to Helvick Harbour (3 km). There are fine views over Dungarvan Bay.
Cruachan Walking Trail Cruachan Walking Trail
This walk takes the south facing slope of Cruachan Hill. This hill has two advantages, being close to the coast in the south and to the Comeragh Mountains in the north. The summit, on a clear day, affords a breathtaking 360 degree view of the coast from Youghal to Tramore, the Knockmealdowns to the north-west and the Comeraghs to the north.
Colligan Walking Trail Colligan Walking Trail
The Colligan walk takes the walker through woodland that grows along the valley of the River Colligan, where is a wide range of tree species. Deciduous trees such as Spanish chestnut, oak and beech grow here. Conifers include the Sitka and Norwegian spruce, cyprus and Douglas fir. Hazel, alder, holly, broom and gorse can also be found.
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