Anne Valley Walk, Dunhill

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The Anne Valley walk was developed by local landowners and the community. The almost 5 km walk winds through a protected wildlife area of forest and marshland next to the river Anne. If you are lucky you may see some of the many protected wildlife species such as the heron, kingfisher or otter and an amazing range of other fauna and flora. A most awe inspiring sight along the walk is the view of Dunhill Castle.

Location of Trailhead:

Ample car parking is afforded at the start of this wonderful trail in the village of Dunhill which is central to many other towns and villages in Waterford including Tramore 12 km, Dungarvan 32 km and Waterford 17 km.

Distance

9.5 km (return)

Duration

2 to 2.5 hours

Parking

Yes

Grade

Easy

Terrain

Specially constructed gravel path

Type

Linear

Ascent

20 metres (easy gradient)

Suitable for

Suitable for all the family. Accessible for all including buggies, wheelchairs and those with reduced mobility.

Minimum Gear

Comfortable walking shoes, fluid, snack, mobile phone.

Trailhead GPS Coordinates

52.173916, -7.258550

Trailhead

Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford.

 

Address

Trailhead: Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford.

Categories

Coastal | Copper Coast UNESCO Geopark | Family Friendly | List | Things to Do | Trails

The Anne Valley walk was developed by local landowners and the community. The almost 5 km walk winds through a protected wildlife area of forest and marshland next to the river Anne. If you are lucky you may see some of the many protected wildlife species such as the heron, kingfisher or otter and an amazing range of other fauna and flora. A most awe inspiring sight along the walk is the view of Dunhill Castle.

Location of Trailhead:

Ample car parking is afforded at the start of this wonderful trail in the village of Dunhill which is central to many other towns and villages in Waterford including Tramore 12 km, Dungarvan 32 km and Waterford 17 km.

Distance

9.5 km (return)

Duration

2 to 2.5 hours

Parking

Yes

Grade

Easy

Terrain

Specially constructed gravel path

Type

Linear

Ascent

20 metres (easy gradient)

Suitable for

Suitable for all the family. Accessible for all including buggies, wheelchairs and those with reduced mobility.

Minimum Gear

Comfortable walking shoes, fluid, snack, mobile phone.

Trailhead GPS Coordinates

52.173916, -7.258550

Trailhead

Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford.

 

Address

Trailhead: Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford.

Categories

Coastal | Copper Coast UNESCO Geopark | Family Friendly | List | Things to Do | Trails

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