County Tipperary
2 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 11 km
Am 2 hours 30 minutes
Format Linear
Dogs Allowed Yes
Waymarking Green arrow
Start Point
Finish Point
Nenagh Bridge
Nearest Town to Start Dromineer
Grid Ref. R 8126 8596 / R 8678 8130
Lat. and Long. 52.92442, -8.27947 / 52.88269, -8.19717

Maps and other information


At Start: Car parking at car park in Dromineer

Slí Eala is generally in very good condition. The majority of the walk is along the river bank. Caution to be taken as electric fences are present.

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 59

Ann Marie from Tipperary

Tried to do this trail from the Nenagh side (Oct 2021). Wasn't sure where to park so left car by the meat factory. The road crossing is treacherous and the entrance to the trail is not at all obvious. Climbed with difficulty over the bridge wall (very hard to manage with children and dogs) and walked down a track covered in fallen branches. Came to a waymarker and gate that pointed us into a field but it wasn't clear which direction to go in. Wandered about the field a bit but eventually we just gave up, did the small loop in by John's Well and back out through Millersbrook instead. Not a single dog waste bin to be seen either although poo bags were available at the entrance to this short walk. Very disappointing, had seen lots of local media coverage of the upgrades to the Slí Eala trail but it doesn't seem to be accessible to the general public.

Austin from United Kingdom

Trail impassable due to farmer activity. Don't even bother. After encountering 3 paths CLOSED starting from Nenagh side .. we gave up

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