Old Kenmare Road
Dry Irish Stout
The majesty of Ireland poured as one Dry Irish Stout.
Follow the tarmac road through the townlands of Dromneavane, Kilmurry and on to Gowlane Cross. At 330 metres, this is the highest point of the walk. Peakeen Mountain will be to the west and Knockanaguish to the east. At Galway’s Bridge junction the hike can be shortened at this point by turning left and walking to the bridge on the N71 road. Esknamucky Glen lies between Cromaglan Mountain and Stumpacommeen – after this is the glen known as Crinnagh. Descend along the line of the Owengarriff River between Torc Mountain and Mangerton Mountain. The Old Kenmare Road ends here…and that’s where the adventure begins.