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Corrin Hill

Fermoy, Ireland
+353 21 427 3251
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Amazing view on Blackwater valley

This place is absolutely worth to climb up to. You can walk or even run via different nice routes... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
Tamás H
,
Mor, Hungary
Great place to go for a walk!

Absolutely love it,our kids too, very easy to get to the top of the hill! Very pleasant walk with... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2016
Agula08
,
Fermoy, Ireland
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

This place is absolutely worth to climb up to. You can walk or even run via different nice routes up to the top, where you will have a beautiful panorama over the Blackwater valley and you can see the heights of Galtymore as well.

Thank Tamás H
Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

Absolutely love it,our kids too, very easy to get to the top of the hill! Very pleasant walk with friends, and you can finish it off with lovely picnic on top. Definitely will go again.

Thank Agula08
Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

I often take the kids on adventures up Corrin Hill. It's a hilly walk on a wide track. There are tracks through the woods too which the kids like exploring. There has been a lot of trees cut down in the past few years but...More

Thank Clemj01
Reviewed 12 April 2016 via mobile

My Wife and I went today to Corrin Hill for the first time and loved it. We walked for about 5 miles on all the trails and went to the top where the cross is twice. It's a lovely wooded walk and makes you feel...More

1  Thank Steven2212
Reviewed 12 January 2016

Great place to ramble, ensure you have good shoes. When you reach the top there are amazing view over Fermoy and the local area. Best on a sunny day though....

1  Thank castledone
Reviewed 6 September 2015

If your staying somewhere near the beutiful town of Fermoy. Then do not miss the short walk from the parking place up to the on top of Corrin Hill. There's a stunning view over the Blackwater Valley and the town of Fermoy. It was a...More

2  Thank laurits f
Reviewed 16 February 2015

This is a great walk, we do it every month or so with our dog. From the top there are great views of the Blackwater valley, Fermoy and the Galtee mountains. The forestry felled a large amount of the evergreen trees a few years back,...More

3  Thank MurphCork
Reviewed 25 December 2014

Nice walk, and place to have a picnic. Quite a steep walk for little ones, but my kids enjoyed finding the stations of the cross and also enjoyed sitting at the cross at the top and looking at the views, which are amazing on a...More

2  Thank Squarepegparent
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Corrine hill is brilliant for both walkers and mountain bikers. You have a 5k loop that ascends to the cross where you have spectacular views of the Galtee mountains and the surrounding landscape. If you are in a mountain bike you descend rapidily to the...More

4  Thank Roni C
Reviewed 2 July 2014

There is a very good loop walk with opportunity for a much longer walk if so wished. The scenery from this hill is spectacular, with views across the Blackwater Valley, the Galtees, the Nagles, and the Knockmealdown mountains. There is a cross at the summit...More

2  Thank staff15
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flutter1916
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Response from castledone | Reviewed this property |
The mound on the top called "Carn Thiernagh" is reputed to date as far back as the Bronze Age approx 3,000 years old. Also it is claimed that a Druid called Mogh Ruith is buried there. The remains of a fort are visible on... More
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