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Address: Firhouse, Dublin 6, Ireland
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Quiet walk

Leisurely stroll on a weekday afternoon. Beginning at Firhouse Weir I travelled along the river to the new bridge. This is an easy stroll for all age groups.

Reviewed 11 December 2016
Brian M
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Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

Leisurely stroll on a weekday afternoon. Beginning at Firhouse Weir I travelled along the river to the new bridge. This is an easy stroll for all age groups.

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Reviewed 16 August 2015

Interesting walk from Tallaght along the Dodder river to The Weir - with new bridges recently opened to extend the walk from The park near the Old Mill all the way to Templeogue bridge.

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Reviewed 18 June 2015

The Dodder, winding its way across a good portion of southern Dublin, is a wonderful basis for a walk or cycle, birdwatching, fishing and if lucky, spotting of other wildlife. It and its tributaries once supported dozens of industrial mills and were heavily polluted, but it is generally very clean now, and most of the time shallow and safe -... More 

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Dublin
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Reviewed 21 November 2013

Rising in the Wicklow hills, the river runs to join the Lifey in dockland. RIVER descends steeply to Old Bawn area. This has often caused flooding, there was a housing development in the Dropping Well park, which was destroyed in early 90's, more recently a car was lifted by flood waters into the Dodder. Dodder supplies reservoirs supplying Dublin.. Up... More 

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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 11 September 2013

A well known journalist did a fine piece for his paper recently, and "introduced" the Dublin public to this gem of a walk. Our walking group are taking it as a Saturday trek shortly and, perhaps, stopping off at some "watering holes" along the way. The finest structure on the route on route is the old entrance to Rathfarnham Castle,... More 

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