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Waterford Greenway
Waterford City, Co. Waterford
Free to visit
Cloudy days
Experience the epic Waterford Greenway, a walking and cycling off-road trail. The spectacular 46km route runs from Waterford City to Dungarvan along an old railway line.

Take some time to discover the delights of the Waterford Greenway. The cycling and walking paths follow the gently flowing River Suir beside the rugged Comeragh Mountains.

Spot the stone bridges, see the impressive viaducts and explore the Ballyvoyle (Durrow) tunnel, one of the most notable landmarks on the route. Stop at one of the pretty picnic spots and immerse yourself in the hidden history of the stunning greenway. Bask in the beautiful scenery, the incredible views of Dungarvan Bay and the shimmering sea are truly mesmerising.

The Waterford Greenway can be completed in one day or you can walk or cycle a section at a time, stopping in some of the picturesque towns and villages along the route. Cycle from Kiloteran to Kilmacthomas or walk from Durrow to Clonea, to admire some of the breathtaking coastal scenery.

Trail details

Waterford City Dungarvan
Dogs allowed:
    Time:9 hours
    Nearest town start:Waterford City and Dungarvan
    Nearest town finish:Waterford City
    Start point:Grattan Quay in Waterford City
    Finish point:Walton Park in Dungarvan
    Waymarking:Waterford Greenway signs white logo and arrow on green background
    Facilities:All facilities
Why we like it
  • Walk or cycle the 46km Waterford Greenway.
  • Stop in the pretty towns and villages on the route.
  • Explore the historical Ballyvoyle (Durrow) tunnel.
  • Enjoy the epic mountain scenery and coastal views.
Contact details
Waterford Greenway, Skehacrine (Humble), Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Leave no trace
  • Plan ahead and prepare
  • Be considerate of others
  • Respect farm animals and wildlife
  • Travel and camp responsibly
  • Leave what you find
  • Dispose of waste properly
  • Protect nature from fire
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