Our most favourite route and one of the best hill-walks in the South East! Described as one of the finest examples of a corrie lake in Western Europe with stunning views from the summit at a height of 792m.
Coumshinaun Lake via The Hermit of Lackendaras Rock:
Visit this stunning example of a corrie lake with its majestic setting.
This route takes us back through our ancient Neolithic past, visit the Muama Standing Stone and cist burial cairns with panoramic views of the Copper Coast as well as the Knockmealdown and Galty Mountains.
Sliabh na mBan (Mountain of the Women) 721m:
Steeped in Irish history, the summit offers fantastic views of counties Waterford, Tipperary and Kilkenny.
The Galty Mountains
Galtymor via the Black Road:
Ireland’s highest inland mountain standing at 919m, this route takes us along the Black Road an old turf track, the views from its summit cross are spectacular with panoramic views on a clear day.
Knockmealdown Mountain 794m
The highest peak in county Waterford, this route follows the county boundary wall built during famine times. Views of the Galty and Comeragh Mountains are visible.
Guided Photography Walks
Guided photography walks are available on request, please contact us for more information. We can provide “off the beaten track” landscape photography locations.