Lake Muskry is beautiful and well worth the hike. At 493m above sea level Lake Muskry covers over 20 acres and is the largest of the five corrie lakes on the Galtees
What if I told you that these stones are not just stones, but a portal to another time and place? It is a dolmen, an ancient stone monument that dates back to 3000 BC. A place where our Irish ancestors lived and died, and left behind a legacy of wonder and mystery.
On a high hill north-west of Galbally, only 4 miles from the Dolmens of Corderry Farm, there is a hidden passage that leads to a world of wonder and mystery. It is called Duntryleague, the Fort of the Three Pillar Stones
Imagine standing where ancient people stood thousands of years ago, surrounded by the beauty and mystery of nature. Imagine feeling the connection with the past, the present, and the future.
Dolmens, the ancient structures of Ireland, have a long and diverse history. They enchant and captivate people with their enigma and the powerful forces they are said to hold.
These fascinating monuments have a mysterious and mystical aura which need to be explored
We were delighted to be approached by Tipperary Mid-West radio to speak with the wonderful presenter Catherine Fogarty live on air.
This loop starts and finishes in the village of Galbally and takes you to a high point of 265m north-west of the village.