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Comeragh Mountains Hiking
Ireland

The Comeragh Mountains are a remarkably varied range, stretching from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Clonmel. The Nire Valley reaches into the heart of the range, not only offers good access, but also featuring an annual walking festival, introducing hundreds of walkers to the joys and challenge of walking in these mountains. The central part of the Comeragh Mountains features a boggy plateau, while the fringe features phenomenally rocky coums filled with a wonderful assortment of little Loughs.

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