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We had a few rain showers that made the rocks quite slippery and the path one big mud slide (which I ‘used’ 3 times. The views were phenomenal though and the length of the loop ideal if you are not up for a day trip....More
a really lovely walk, a bit steep at times, with a fairly tough scramble to the top, with rocks etc, but thoroughly enjoyable and worth the hike to the top
I wouldn't do it with very young kids, but anyone over aged 8 would really...More
Did this on a lovely crisp day with kids (10+8). Very easy to access and well signposted with a good car park. Walk is a nice and varied route, forest, open heath, fields and lots of history along the way such as follies, shrines and...More
Took a walk up Devils Bit while on a break at half term with my family. My young son and daughter came with me on s gorgeous Autumn day. The views as we climbed just kept getting better and we could see for many miles....More
Devil`s BIt is a fabulous place. Around the year you can have differents view, I really enjoyed the view from the mountains to the valley, it was very peaceful experience. Lovely place to walk with a dog, friends or by your own.
The Devils Bit is a hidden Gem in Tipperary. Coming from the hustle and bustle of London life, when I go there I love the solitude during week days of the place. On a clear day you can see for miles.
I'm not a huge...More
A long windey narrow uphill road to get there, off R501 from templemore, well signed to get there,take your time!!! but....we didn't go prepared so it warrants a visit back for us to do the climb up the mountain and bring a picnic!! view from...More
Snap decision at 3pm - finish work and go there!
Well sign-posted (free!) car park, clear map notice board and clear marking of route around the summit. I hadn't appreciated that there's no actual path up to the cross - you have to undertake a...More