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Cahir Looped Walks

Scaragh Woods

Located just 2.5km from the Hotel, Scaragh Woods can be accessed by car via the Mountain Road in Cahir. Simply turn right on Abbey Street and follow the road to Scaragh Woods which is home to the Cahir Looped Walks.

There are a number of routes which all start and end at the same points, each one varying in length and difficulty. This newly developed trail has three options to choose from: the Green Trail (3.8km – 20mins), the Blue Trail (4.8km – 1hr 40mins), the Red Trail (6.2km, 2hr 20mins).

For more information on Scaragh Wood, visit www.coillte.ie

Glengarra Woods

Just 15 minutes by car from the Hotel, Glengarra Woods is located on the southern slopes of the Galtee Mountains and can be accessed via the R639. From Cahir, follow signs for Cork as far as Exit 11, before taking the R639 towards Skeheenarinky. Entrance to the Woods is signposted and parking is available.

There are two trails to choose from. The Red Loop is 2km and easy, while the Millennium Trail is about 7km long and takes 2.5 hours.

Cahir Coronation Walk

For a more leisurely stroll during your stay at the hotel, the Coronation Walk at the back of the hotel offers the perfect relaxing activity, while also providing fun for the little ones with a Fairy Trail. This 2km stretch is an easy walk towards the Swiss Cottage offers views of Cahir Park Golf Club, the River Suir, and the trail extends further into the woodlands at Cahir Park.

St. Declan’s Way

St. Declan’s Way is a pilgrim walking route linking Cashel in County Tipperary and Ardmore in County Waterford. It follows the route that Declan took when going to Cashel to meet Saint Patrick in the fifth century.

The trail begins at the carpark of the Rock of Cashel passing through Cashel, Cahir, Ardfinnan & Goatenbridge in South Tipperary. It then crosses the Knockmealdown Mountains into West Waterford going through Mount Melleray, Lismore, Cappoquin, Aglish and finishing at St. Declan’s Monastery in Ardmore, Co. Waterford.

The route can be accessed from the back of the hotel, while also serving as a stop off spot, whether to relax, recharge or refuel for the journey ahead.