The Waterford Greenway is a spectacular 46 km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line from the quays of Ireland’s oldest city all the way to Dungarvan.
Enjoy a beautiful journey through time and nature across three tall viaducts and a long atmospheric tunnel, all the way from the river to the sea.
Along this route in Ireland’s Ancient East is a Viking settlement, Norman Castles, medieval ruins, an old workhouse, deserted railway stations and a heritage railway train that still runs along part of the track.
This is a shared use Greenway. That means that people are allowed to use it in different ways.
People can cycle, walk and run. They can bring their dog on a short lead.
The Greenway Code is about respecting other people and the environment.
Let’s all work together to keep the Waterford Greenway a special place, where people are kind to each other and to the beautiful surroundings.
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