Woollen Mills Waterford

Industrial heritage along the greenway

Ireland’s industrial heritage along the greenway We cycled the new Waterford greenway, which runs for 46 kilometres along the Dungarvan to Waterford old train line.  One of the stops on the greenway is the quaint small town of Kilmacthomas, where this impressive 7 arch stone rubble rail viaduct which spans over the River Mahon, dominates the local landscape.  It opened in 1878 for the Great Southern … Continue reading Industrial heritage along the greenway

Dungarvan quayside

Deise Greenway

We were both looking forward to the official opening of the Waterford Greenway so once it opened we booked a Friday off work to try it out. With Richard hailing from Clonmel we stayed the Thursday night in his homeplace and set off early Friday morning for Dungarvan. Since the Deise greenway opened, a host of bike rental shops have opened so you will be … Continue reading Deise Greenway

Discover Mahon Falls

We visited Mahon Falls waterfall, which is located 19 kilometres outside Dungarvan in County Waterford. Mahon Falls is a 80 metres waterfall, that cascades down over rocks and boulders into a valley in the Comeragh Mountains.   [kad_youtube url=”https://youtu.be/ys4DXsVX270″ width=440 height=250 ]     To get to Mahon Falls, you need to drive on narrow windy roads, which will take you up to the Comeragh … Continue reading Discover Mahon Falls

Mountain Tipperary Waterford glaciated

The Comeragh Mountains – Lough Mohra

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js // Recently, we decided to go for a walk in the Comeragh Mountains, and more specifically explore one of the nine lakes or Coums. The Comeragh Mountains are a glaciated mountain range situated in the south east of Ireland in County Waterford. 12 mountains form the Comeragh Mountains and the highest point is at 792m (2,598 feet). Lough Mohra was the lake we decided … Continue reading The Comeragh Mountains – Lough Mohra