Get Active and Have a Taste of Its Beautiful Surroundings

Along the Lingaun River Valley, there are many activities that people can participate in and enjoy in the lush green natural beauty of its landscape. It has attracted many visitors to the valley,  experiencing the scenic walking trails while studying their inheritance and their meanings.

There are three sites of Celtic High Crosses, with many arts & sculptures to study and explore. You can research the origins of the Irish language on the Ogham Stones, investigate Neolithic Ireland and the Passage Tombs.

Take a walk up Slievenamon mountain and see the wonderful view of the three counties, and the cairn aligned with Kilmacoliver Stone Circle in Tullahought. Investigate the lifestyle of the people who lived in the valley 5,000 years ago, how and why they came to settle there.

Take one of the guided tours, or be part of some of our planned fundraising events once pandemic restrictions are lifted. Visit the Tudor Manor in Carrick-on-Suir and follow a section of the Butler trail from Ormond Castle to Kilcash.

Stay overnight in a local B&B, meet local people and enjoy a music night in one of the many local country Pubs. Follow the walking trails as we connect the main sites with sign-posted routes and of course join us for the winter solstice sunrise and sunset at Knockroe.

What to do?