This loop winds up on forest roads to travel along the shoulder of Crohan Mountain and traces a stretch along the Glengalla River. It takes you within 200m of the round tower monument to Liam Lynch, whose death nearby heralded the end of the Irish Civil War. Views are into the Knockmealdown Mountains and the plains spread below.
Starting from the mapboard at the car park, follow the purple (and green) arrow.
Location of trailhead