Glenpatrick Bridge Loop starts from a small picnic area then uses the bridge to go over the Glasha River. The trail then winds its way through forests with mountain streams to your left. The route then crosses onto an old Coach Road where wonderful views of the rugged Comeragh Mountains and Knockanaffrin Ridges’s Seven Sisters open in front of you. After coming off the old Coach Road, there is a short road walk before the loop turns onto a magical tree lined laneway that brings you past the ruins of a Slate Mine and finishes back at the picnic area.
Distance: 8 km
Ascent: 166 metres
Duration: 2-2.5 hours
Start time: 10am
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