There’s plenty of options at Tipperary for hikers and walkers with all levels of experience:
The Galtee Walking Club in the Glen of Aherlow meet every Sunday offering either mountain, forest track or road walk, also on Wednesday evening from May to September. Visitors are welcome on payment. Telephone: +353(0)6257239
The Rock of Cashel dominates the town it overlooks. But there’s more to Cashel than this stunningly elevated chapel, round tower and abbey – not least its Georgian cathedral, 18th-century bishop’s palace and Bolton Library. See all this at the Cashel Historic Town Walk! For more information and to book hikes please call: +353 (0)62 62511
The Galty Vee Valley is located between the Knockmealdown and Galty Mountains, It contains many historical and archaeological sites. Among the many scenic areas are: The Vee, Baylough and Shanbally Castle park land. For more information and to book hikes please call: +353(0)5262258
In the Glen of Aherlow you can do a Family Walk with about 3.3 kilometres (2 miles), 130 metres (400 feet) of climbing and a total walking time of 75 minutes. For more information and to book hikes call: +353 (0)62 56331 or visit their website.
There are many castles, monuments, abbeys and cemeteries along the Way, including Hore Abbey, the Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle, Suir Castles and Swiss Cottage. The route can be divided into four easy stages: Vee to Ardfinnan, Ardfinnan to Cahir, Cahir to Golden and Golden to Cashel, the shortest route being of approximately two hours duration. It is suitable for all levels of walkers who can enjoy being at one with nature and discover the wide variety of flora and fauna of the region. For more information on the Tipperary Heritage Way or to book hikes please call: +353 (0)51 875823
Our Cashel Holiday Hostel is a great base to visit much of the surrounding countryside!
Cashel Holiday Hostel
Family-run hostel in a renovated Georgian house full of character and charm
Opening dates: All year round!
SEE HERE for more information on Cashel Holiday Hostel!