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6 Outdoors- Other to Explore in Waterford

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County Waterford is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Munster and is part of the South-East Region. is the oldest city in Ireland and it is the perfect blend of ancient and modern. It is renowned for its exciting festivals and events such as the West Waterford Festival of Food, Spraoi, Winterval, Harvest Festival, Taste Tramore, Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival and Waterford Film Festival and many more.

Outdoors- Other to Explore in Waterford

Colligan Wood Walks

The Colligan walk takes the walker through woodland that grows along the valley of the River Colligan, where is a wide range of tree species. Deciduous trees such as Spanish chestnut, oak and beech grow here. The views are expansive and include the surrounding woodland and farmland with Dungarvan Harbour and Helvick Head in the distance.

Dunabrattin Head

Dunabrattin Head is a cape and is located in Waterford, Munster, Ireland. The estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 7 metres. Variant forms of spelling for Dunabrattin Head or in other languages: Brattin Head, Dunabrattin Head, Brattin Head, Dunabrattin Head. From here there are some excellent views of sea-arches and sea-stacks along the way. Arriving at Dunabrattin Head one finds that the ancient defensive features are still very much in evidence.

Lady Louisa's Walk

Lady Louisa’s walk is a gentle and picturesque walk which takes you, for the most part, on a woodland walk along the river bank. Along the walk one can expect to find plants such as beech, ash, ferns, spindle tree, holly and ivy as well as wood sorrel, golden saxifrage and wild garlic. Make sure to look back along the riverbank as you walk to catch views of Lismore Castle.

Stradbally Cove

A small coastal inlet situated approximately 6 miles northeast of Dungarvan and 18 miles west of the Waterford Harbour Estuary. It provides an offshore anchorage outside a secluded and scenic bay. The cove offers an exposed anchorage only in settled conditions as the inlet gradually shoals to its mouth.

The Copper Coast UNESCO Global Geopark

The Copper Coast UNESCO Global Geopark is located on the south east coast of Ireland.It is an outdoor geology museum with a geological heritage that reflects the variety of environments under which the area has evolved over the last 460 million years. It extends between Fenor in the east to Stradbally in the west and up to Dunhill in the north. The area was declared a European Geopark in 2001. In 2015 Waterford's The Copper Coast Geopark, became a UNESCO Global Geopark.

Waterford Greenway

The Waterford Greenway, is a route on a former railway track in County Waterford, Ireland, used for cycling and hiking. It features 11 bridges, three viaducts and a 400-metre tunnel and runs between the city of Waterford, Mount Congreve, Kilmeaden, Kilmacthomas, and Dungarvan, and passes along part of the Copper Coast. At 46 km, it is Ireland's longest greenway.The Waterford and Suir Valley Railway shares the route along the banks of River Suir.

Map of Outdoors- Other to explore in Waterford