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What an adventure

I had read about the River Barrow last year and googled a few pages thinking if we couldn't afford... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2018
Sean H
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Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
What a great adventure!

I've just finished a day on the Barrow River with gowiththeflow.ie... words can hardly explain what... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2016
paulusshamanus2
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County Wexford, Ireland
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26 Aug 2018
“What an adventure”
16 Aug 2016
“What a great adventure!”
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Scenic river flows through County Kildare, popular for boating and hiking.
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Reviewed 26 August 2018

I had read about the River Barrow last year and googled a few pages thinking if we couldn't afford going somewhere hot then we'd go here. Thankfully the weather made the decision for us. In early July we did a bit of research and decided...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2016

I've just finished a day on the Barrow River with gowiththeflow.ie... words can hardly explain what an amazing experience this was. I was one of five middle-aged men, full of intrepidation, with very little river or canoeing experience... to put ourselves in the capable hands...More

2  Thank paulusshamanus2
Reviewed 11 July 2015

Firstly, it pains me to only give this river four star rating! This, from its seperation from the river Nore below New Ross to the end of the Barrow Navigation at Athy and even onwards on the Barrow Line as far as Lowtown, is undoubtedly...More

2  Thank geraldandmargo
Reviewed 3 June 2015

An easy walk along the river with lots of picture worthy views of farm animals , wild birds and quaint cottages. A visit to Duisk Abbey in Craiguenmamagh and a pub lunch. Then back along the river to St. Mullins.

2  Thank Janalanb
Reviewed 25 September 2011

I went on a self-guided canadian canoe trip on the river Barrow. We rented the canoe and tent from gowiththeflow.ie Very reasonably priced, all excellent equipment and no prior experience required. Trip was brilliant: paddling down the river by day, seeing fish, kingfishers, plant life...More

5  Thank OMcN
Reviewed 28 August 2011

Kingfishers, an egret, and watching a bat catch insects in the noon sun above the water. . . plus no cars, made this a great trip. We spent two pleasant days cycling down the towpath from Leighlinbridge to St Mullins and back again. It's about...More

11  Thank MoMcGrath
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