Lough Mohra loop

County Waterford
2 reviews
Grade Moderate
Length 6 km
Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Format Loop
Ascent 460 m
Dogs Allowed Under effective control
Waymarking Red arrow
Start Point
Entrance to Glenpatrick Woods
Finish Point
Entrance to Glenpatrick Woods
Nearest Town to Start Rathgormack
Grid Ref. S 285 189
Lat. and Long. 52.31311, -7.58244

This looped walk in Glenpatrick Woods ascends on forest roads and open country towards the coum of Lough Mohra which lies under the Knockanaffrin Ridge, with great views of the surrounding countryside, including the River Suir and Slievenamon. The walk traverses part of the old scenic Clonmel to Kilmeadean military road.

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Please keep dogs under control

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 75
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Maura from Tipperary

It was a lovely day which made it much easier to enjoy my first visit to Lough Mohra I can thoroughly recommend it to anyone who enjoys walking climbing and fresh air.

treasa from Waterford

This is a lovely trail walk. I parked my car at the bottom of the forest trail, starting point, and ascended upwards through the forest, following the red arrow markers. The views of the valley below were fabulous, snow capped Knockanaffrin ridge loomed above me. I travelled over open ground until I came to Lough Mohra. The lake itself is down in the hollow so I climbed down, very easy, all soft ground. I had a picnic lunch beside the lake, which looked like an infinity pool that day, the water was so still and the horizon spread out for miles and miles. The whole walk took about 2 1/2 hours. I have visited Lough Mohra before but unfortunately the mist was too thick that day that I couldn't see the lake so this time I was delighted with the panoramic view.

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