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Cavan Way - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Cavan Rd, Virginia, Co. Cavan, Ireland

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About Cavan Way

A 26 km gentle linear walking route that progresses from the village of Dowra northwards by country paths and quiet roads to reach the magical Shannon Pot, where the great river rises. The terrain consists of mainly quiet roads, paths beside the infant Shannon and open moorland. There are options for overnight accommodation at both ends of the route, but public transport possibilities are only fair.


Attractions Near Cavan Way

Deerpark Forest Park
Deerpark Forest Park0.89km from Cavan Way
Lough Ramor
Lough Ramor3.1km from Cavan Way

A large natural lake of 741 hectares situated near Virginia, County Cavan. It is a proposed Natural Heritage Area and flows into the Blackwater, designated a Special Area of Conservation under the Natura 2000 wildlife habitat conservation programme. One of the iconic location for a picnic and also there are so many other options too.

Cuilcagh
Cuilcagh3.95km from Cavan Way

Cuilcagh is a mountain on the border between County Fermanagh and County Cavan. With a height of 665 metres it is the highest point in both counties. It is also the 170th highest peak on the island of Ireland, and Ireland's only cross-border county top. Water from the southern slope flows underground until it emerges some miles away in the Shannon Pot, the traditional source of the River Shannon. The area is sometimes referred to as the Cuilcagh Mountains

Cavan County Museum
Cavan County Museum8.01km from Cavan Way

Cavan County Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of County Cavan. The museum is housed in the former Convent of St Clare in Ballyjamesduff. The museum was established to collect, conserve and display the material heritage and culture of County Cavan, over its 6000-year history, for the benefit of the people.

Mullagh Lough
Mullagh Lough8.12km from Cavan Way

Mullagh Lough is a lake in County Sligo and has an elevation of 219 metres. Mullagh Lough is situated northwest of Rockfield, south of Lough Brallee. It is one of the iconic location in this area and also you can have a small picnic here.

Loughcrew Cairn T
Loughcrew Cairn T10.49km from Cavan Way

The Loughcrew cairns, also known as the Hills of the Witch, are a group of Neolithic passage tombs near Oldcastle in County Meath. Spread over four undulating peaks, the tombs are of great antiquity, dating to 3000 BC. It is one of the four main passage tomb cemeteries in Ireland and is a protected National Monument. The area is also home to the Loughcrew Estate, from which it is named.

Where is Cavan Way

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County Cavan
County Cavan
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County Cavan is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Ulster and is part of the Border Region. Cavan is known as 'The Lakeland County' and is reputed to contain 365 lakes. The county contains forests such as Bellamont Forest near Cootehill, Killykeen Forest Park at Lough Oughter.

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