If you like the feel of fresh air and the freedom of the outdoors, why not visit the Glen of Aherlow in the Galtee Mountains and/or take in the view at The Vee in the Knockmealdown Mountains. There is something for everyone from hillwalking and forest trails to family walks, all filled with the...
With a tranquil looped walk around seven interlinked ponds, the wildlife sanctuary at Kildanogue offers the opportunity to observe wildlife in an unspoiled natural habitat.
A lush valley between the Galtee Mountains and the wooded ridge of Slievenamuck, the Glen of Aherlow features scenic tracks and trails alongside prehistoric and early Christian sites.
Taking in views of the Knockmealdown Mountains and the plains below, this 12km loop winds through forest roads and along the shoulder of Crohan Mountain and the Glengalla River.
The closest thing Ireland has to Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue is tucked away in the hills of Tipperary.
Lough Curra Walk is a linear route which brings walkers to the highest lake in the Galtees via the Old Ice Road.