Walking trails

Walking or Hiking in Tipperary stay with us at the 4 star Anner Hotel

Enjoy the fantastic scenery on a walk in Ireland’s Premier County with mountain hikes, riverside paths and lake views all on offer in Co Tipperary. 

Bordering eight counties, with Offaly and Galway to the north and Cork and Waterford in the south, Tipperary is home to the famous Rock of Cashel and to some amazing mountains like the Galtee Mountains, The Devil’s Bit and Slievenamon.

Devil's Bit Loop

This loop walk near Templemore will take you along the side of the Devil’s Bit mountain. If you wish to reach the summit (478 m) there is a path leading off the loop. From the top, you can see all eight of Tipp’s surrounding counties on a clear day. This walk is on Sandy laneways, forestry tracks and hillside paths. The total length of the loop, not including the climb to the summit, is five kilometres and should take you about two hours. There are some steep inclines on this walk so a moderate level of fitness is required. The route starts about three kilometres from Templemore just 15 km from us here at the 4 star Anner Hotel, Thurles.

Loch Dhoire Bhile Loop

This is a short hike to suit all levels of fitness. The three-kilometre walk is the development of a heritage, angling and conservation project undertaken by the local community in recent years. The land was previously belonging to Bord na Móna and was used for milled peat production. Now it is home to a lake, two wetland areas and wildlife sanctuary as well as this loop walk. This one is perfect for kids as they can look out for all the wildlife that make this park their home. It is situated just under the Slieveardagh Hills. Loch Dhoire Bhile is about 3.5 kilometres outside New Birmingham village just 14 km from us here at the 4 star Anner Hotel.

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