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marker Gleninchaquin to the Dromaghty Valley On the Beara Way
A valley of lakes, a stone circle and a magnificent waterfall
Gleninchaquin fishing? Uragh

 

This fine view can be had as you crest the hill from Tousist and begin to descend into Gleninchaquin

Gleninchaquin

Heading down into Gleninchaquin from the style above Dromaghty

 

A beautifully kept boat waits in the reeds in the Upper Cloonee Lake

clapper

Uragh Stone Circle with the magnificent Inchaquin Waterfall. The water is Lake Inchaquin, beside which the Way goes before climbing the hill to Dromaghty. The Stone Circle lies just off the Beara Way after you have come down from the mountain pass from Tuosist. It is well signposted.
Style After the stone circle the Way goes onto the road to the Waterfall for a mile or so before passing up to the left along a secondary lane for a couple of miles. You will pass through a small gate and then over the clapper bridge see below Ruin
Straddling the pass high up above the valleys of Gleninchaquin and Dromaghty A ruin high up on the slopes above Gleninchaquin
A fine view (left) to be had looking down into the Dromaghty Valley
Heading down into the Dromaghty Valley, the Way goes steeply down to run beside a forest. There is a farm beyond that with a stone circle, but please note you will need permission from the farmer before visiting it. After this the Way heads north towards Bonane, passing up through a dramatic pass Dromaghty Looking down the Dromaghty Valley from above the pass that leads to Bonane
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Next stage Tuosist   Next stage Bonane
 
 
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