Carrigaline to Crosshaven Greenway

Crosshaven Railway Walk | www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork

Trail Length

10 KM

Elevation Gain

43m

Trail Time

2h 20m

Route Type

Out & Back

Trail Difficulty

Easy

About

One of the earliest endeavours in restoring abandoned railway lines for recreational use was the opening up of the route of the old railway line from Carrigaline to Crosshaven. There is great history attached to this walk also as most of it runs along the old Cork to Crosshaven railway line, which operated from 1904 to 1932..

Inspired by two senior citizens, Bill Condon and Eddie Cogan, work began in 1996. And now a 10 kilometre Greenway runs along the edge of beautiful Cork Harbour.

As this is a tidal estuary it is best to time your walk are at high tide as there is shallow mud flats in the area. Along the route you will be able to observe many species of birds and wildlife or relax and have a picnic at the amenity areas provided.

Where to find us

Google Maps iFrame
Town / City / Village Carrigaline

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Crosshaven Railway Walk | www.ringofcork.ie | Ring of Cork

Visitor Information

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Free Wifi

No
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Parking

Yes
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Credit Cards

No
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Online Bookings

No
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Catering & Dining

No
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Child Facilities

No
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Restroom

No
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Disabled Facilities

No

Opening Hours

Days Open
Everyday 24 - 7

We recommend spending

2 hours here

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