Glenevin Waterfall Walk
The Glenevin Waterfall Walk is approximately 1 km (one way) and is a lovely little walk crisscrossing the burbling stream on gravel paths up to the waterfall itself. The waterfall is wedge-shaped and cascades fresh mountain water over the black rock from a height of 30 feet. You will find the walk just outside Clomany on the road to Urris.
The bottom of the waterfall is called Pohl–an-eas and takes its meaning from the foam which lies on the surface of the pool. It translates into English as the ‘ferment pool’.
There are several spots along the path with tables for you to take a relaxing break or to have a picnic.
At the start of the walk, you will find the Glen House which has a tea room and craft shop and is a B&B. So after your walk, you can enjoy some light refreshments and ice creams.
If the Glenevin Waterfall Walk left you wanting to walk further then The Mamore to Straid / Clonmany Trek (5.7 km) starts from the same location, by taking the farm road on the left of the car park. This trail will take you high up into the Urris Hills with absolutely spectacular views over the whole area.
There is a car park at the walk, which shuts at night time, but there is another car park a very short distance on the main road if you want to visit the waterfall when the other car park is shut.
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