New Ross Slí na Sláinte
Slí na Sláinte stands for 'path to health'. Developed by the Irish Heart Foundation, it's the new outgoing way to make walking for leisure and good health even more enjoyable
The Slí route in New Ross is 8.7Km and follows the ring road around the Town and along the river. Beginning at the bridge where you will see a map sign of the route, you follow the Quay along the River Barrow and then the Wexford Road for 3 Km.
The route then turns onto The Bosheen Road passing the Vocational School, and Irishtown. Continuing along Mountgarrett Road past the G.A.A. Grounds, you will see the ruins of Mountgarrett Castle. At the junction with the Enniscorthy Road you turn back towards the Town along Cherries Road with a beautiful view of the River Barrow by your side.
The route follows the one way system into the Town to bring you back to the bridge once more. Here you can feel proud for having completed the 8.7Km Slí na Sláinte stands for 'path to health'. Developed by the Irish Heart Foundation, it's the new outgoing way to make walking for