Slí Eala Riverbank Walk is a 12.7 mile out and back trail located near Nenagh, North Tipperary, Ireland that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding.
Slí Eala (the Way of the Swan) is a 10km linear route which follows the banks of the Nenagh River from the historic lakeside village of Dromineer to Scotts Bridge, just 2.5km from the centre of Nenagh. This relaxing nature walk passes through an area of natural, rural beauty and rolling countryside. The route is abundant with all manner of Irish river wildlife, including the Mute Swan, Ireland’s largest indigenous bird, which gives the walk its name. Note that your journey will take you through working farms, so you may pass grazing cattle, sheep or horses. Always follow the ‘Farmland Code’. The walk is a designated National Linear Walk and is marked with green arrows.