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  1. Comeragh Mountain Walks

    Kilmacthomas, Waterford

    This easy to access mountain range offers wonderful vistas across the county and down to the sea. Described by some as Ireland’s best kept secret, the Comeraghs offer everything from a dramatic waterfall down a cliff face . Read more

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  2. Boolas Loop

    Rathgormack, Waterford

    Starting from the mapboard at the trailhead, exit the farmyard through the metal gate and join a walled roadway. Follow the purple arrows to the end of the roadway and enter open fields. Read more

  3. Coumduala Looped Walk

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    Coumduala Looped Walk from the mapboard follow the purple (and blue and red) arrows along the sand road that goes left at the exit from the car park. Read more

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  4. Kilmacthomas Slí na Sláinte

    Kilmacthomas, Waterford

    The Kilmacthomas Slí na Sláinte is a 5.5km route starting at the old post office in the centre of the village. Read more

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  5. Coumlara Looped Walk

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    The Nire valley is a treasure trove of coums and lakes and is a fantastic area for a variety of walks of different lengths. Most people start from the car park which is well signposted from Ballymacarbry. Read more

  6. Comeragh Bogtrot

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    The Comeragh Bogtrot is a challenge, where you can run or walk on one of three routes, two are self-navigated, 32km, and 21km, and one is guided 17km. It is you against the mountain and nature. Read more

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  7. Comeragh Mountains- Muddy Boots

    Lemybrien, Waterford

    The Comeragh Mountains are a remarkably varied range, stretching from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Clonmel. Read more

  8. Nire Valley Autumn Walking Festival

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    A walking festival in the Comeragh mountains, offering a range of walks over the weekend to suite all abilities and interests. Walks lead by local guides giving the festival a special feeling of community. Read more

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  9. Dungarvan Slí na Sláinte Walking Route

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    The town of Dungarvan is situated between the Mountains and the Sea on the picturesque coastline of County Waterford and Slí na Sláinte is the new outgoing way to make walking for leisure and good health, it's capturing the attention of the young and old, not only in Ireland but in Europe and other parts of the world to! Read more

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  10. Mahon Falls Walk – Kilmacthomas

    Kilmacthomas, Waterford

    The Mahon falls Walk is a pleasant and easy family walk, which is popular with visitors and locals a like. This walk is about 4km return and takes 40 minutes. Read more

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