Cycled this way not for the faint hearted NEEED TO BE READY FOR THE HILLS plenty of water and suitably dressed
About The Black Valley
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On a 15-day hiking trip in Ireland, the Black Valley rated as our second most favorite. (A day on the Wicklow Way was number 1) The lack of automobile traffic was wonderful and sense of solitude.......not to mention the waterfalls gushing down the mountainsides at...More
Wonderful views of the mountains. The wild flowers were just beautiful. Fantastic walk. Paths are good. The jaunting cars go round all the time so if you get tired you can get a lift back.
We made a wrong turn and stumbled upon this hidden gem. It was absolutely beautiful! The stone bridges and water falls were awesome for photographs, the mountain sheep were all over the place. It was awesome, what I expected Ireland to be like.
Our GPS decided to send us through this amazing pass and looking back, I'm so glad it did. We came from Kenmare to Molls Gap and turned left. This was the first right and we should have taken the second which is the Ballybeema (an...More
we saw this on our jaunting cart ride. Our guide explained it was named in honor of the people who died during the famine.
Took the local road through the valley, with my client on board, had a wonderful time driving in between the mountains and water falling down everywhere we passed
We came from the Gap of Dunloe - basically after reaching the highest point, you'll see a sign saying Black Valley on it. It is wonderful to descend and enjoy the beautiful views of the lake below and the mountains around it. We walked and...More