Grange - Grange loop

County Tipperary
2 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 3 km
Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Format Loop
Ascent 230 m
Dogs Allowed Yes
Waymarking Green arrow
Start Point
Hogans Pub, Grange
Finish Point
Hogans Pub, Grange
Nearest Town to Start Urlingford
Grid Ref. S 308 563
Lat. and Long. 52.65692, -7.5456

This loop takes walkers into Grange Crag Wood and past a very interesting €˜ice-house' structure to a viewing point directly above the village from where Grange's medieval tower-house castle and the surrounding countryside as far as the Devil's Bit Mountain in the west can be seen
Grange is a very small village in the Slieveardagh Hills on the Tipperary border with Kilkenny. It lies just east of the magnificent ruin of Kilcooly Abbey founded in 1182 and operated by the Cistercian order.
Grange derives its name from its being an out-farm or the Gainseach (in Gaelic) of Kilcooly. The village is based around the medieval tower-house castle that protected the area for the abbey estate. The Grange area is acknowledged to be extremely attractive in terms of scenery and interesting in its historical heritage.

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OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 67

Joseph from Tipperary

I was introduced to this trail by a friend just yesterday 25/12/'21, and I was really very impressed. A lot of work has been put in to make this a most enjoyable, interesting, and educational experience. Extremely good physical workout also, without being over-taxing.

Tomas Molumby from Tipperary

Great walk for all the family

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