Explore the most popular Walking trails in County Tipperary with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
muddy
no shade
private property
11 days ago

hiking
12 days ago

Fantastic scenery and a variety of surfaces. Take note the map in the car park says this is a 3-4 hour walk. It will take a fast hiker 4.5 to 5 hours. Other reviews have corroborated this here and other websites. The route to Tountinna has a section of vertical steps requiring a good level of fitness. If you are unsure of capabilities of group or with kids I would do the millennium walk instead. You still get the view from the top at millennium cross. It was very well marked. The first section does pass through fields with livestock so if you are not into getting up close with them again take millennium cross. It’s worth the visit, many people would not expect to see beautiful views of lakes in In Tipperary.

one of my favourite places to go for an easy yet enjoyable peaceful walk. When the Rhodedendron are in bloom it's stunning. Ample parking, picnic tables, toilets & kids play are also.

hiking
23 days ago

Great walk for all abilities young and old with breath taking views of Lough Derg and the surrounding countryside

hidden gem of a trail

Beautiful area but sadly the first half of the route (if going clockwise) is interrupted by substantial logging and clearcuts. Very sad to see poor logging methods being used (cutting right down to the creek/river beds leaving no protective barrier). The second half of the trail was really lovely.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

I think it was amazing

The wonderful place the views even better, today the snow was in the belt just Super

was amazing experience!

rain was forecasted for early morning so I decided to leave at 1. headed off through the woods, the road splits with signposts both way, I swung back to the right and continued until I met the open scrub land. crossed over the fence and headed off up the spur of Slieve. tough ascent, most of the elevation gained is getting up here. stopped 3/4 times to catch my breath and kicked on again. I tried to keep to the left side of this spur so I would get some shelter from the winds coming in from the west. you should see a cairn near the top. crush will be directly to you're left at this point. continue along and you'll catch a path which after a few hundred metres you'll see a wall to your right. great place to get some shelter if needed for a few minutes. once you get along this wall it's a gentle pull up compared to what you've come from. be careful not to go to far to the left there is a nice drop down to the lake curragh. once up the top I had a quick coffee and a little stop for a few snaps. met two guys up there who had travelled from the opposite direction, since the weather was good I pushed on to galtybeg. if the weather was bad I would defo head back down the way I came. after descending down galtybeg and veering off to the left before cush towards the forest. I had to cross one or two little streams before I met a little steps over a fence back into the forest. to backtrack a little, after descending galtybeg I would be warn ppl to be very careful, I thought it was very difficult. it made me glad I choose my initial route and if I was to it again I would go up and come back the way I came, i just feel that a simple slip and you could do a ankle EASY!! I slipped on my bum and I slid at least 10 feet and the mountain was very dry today. it would be a nightmare to try come down when the weather closes in or if it rain. good hike on the whole with of course great views of Tipp cork waterford and limerick. back to the car at clydagh bridge by 5.30. 2 up and 2 and half back but that's taking in a traverse over to galtybeg!

Doll face was used

This is not a moderate trail. The hiking is intense with probably 1 to 2 miles of flat terrain. Pack plenty of water for the 5 hour trek and wear good hiking boots. A couple of sandwiches and etc. is also a good idea. The payoff is breathtaking vistas of emerald pastures and blue lakes. . Also enjoyed mingling with the cows and horses along the way. Beware of electric fences on the first part of the hike. And if one enjoys blackberries, there wee an abundance along the route. I give this a thumbs up and 5 Stars.

walking
6 months ago

Beautiful views at the top on a clear day.

hiking
6 months ago

Great views.

trail running
8 months ago

Incredible views of Lough Derg from the top. Steep hike up Tountinna but with the option of steps now in the places where previously it would have been most difficult.

trail running
8 months ago

Loose stone trail up with nice views from the top. A good leg opener for any trail runners going on to tackle Tountinna from the Graves of the Leinstermen side. Always freezing here in winter!

trail running
8 months ago

Panoramic views from the top, with waterfalls & occasional deer to view on the way up. Straightforward to cut it to a less intense approx 9km circular loop by cutting out the final trek to the top if the gradient gets too steep (just continue past the left turn that brings you towards the summit and you'll loop back to your starting point).

Really beautiful place to spend most of the day.

walking
8 months ago

Nice walk up, great views at the top. The signage could be much better getting there. Very hard to find without gps. Can imagine how pretty it would be if it had just rained because there are several water falls along the trek.

Fabulous site and view, easy walk, eye candy.

Lovely walk today, the longest day of the year. Sun was shining. All fire roads. Nice pull up for the first half. Good views of Keeper Hill.

Lovely scenic walk, easy trail.

hiking
9 months ago

Lovely route, would recommend starting early as there is limited shade near the top.

walking
11 months ago

Part of larger Arra Loop walk, this trail starts just off the road on the way up to The Graves of the Lienstermen. Free parking is available at Graves of the Lienstermen viewing point. Trail provides views out over Lough Derg.

hiking
Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Completion took around 2.5 hours at a moderate pace, but plan for 3hrs min. Gorgeous views and beautiful tree-lined tracks. Walked just after Storm Emma and the snow capped mountains were stunning.

hiking
Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Rewarding views, an easy hour walk. Would highly recommend.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Absolutely stunning

Thursday, November 09, 2017

Nice and easy walk

hiking
Sunday, September 24, 2017

Worth it in the end, but don't make a loop out of it. Stay on the marked (eastern) trail and make it an out-and-back. Great for pictures!

hiking
Monday, March 20, 2017

Nice views on a clear day. Choice of 2 different routes. Blue
or red. Red is about 16km and takes you to summit and back. Blue is about 8km. I've added photo of map and routes..

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