a 65km route which traverses along the shores of Lough Derg and the River Shannon all the way to Limerick City, revealing all of the magnificent scenery that the area has to offer. Information on all walks in the area is available at Lough Derg House where guiding services are also offered.
Starting at Dromineer, take the road south passing the Whiskey Still pub. Caution is advised on the first section which follows local and regional roads for 3.5km as far as Annaghbeg Bridge. These roads may be quite busy with traffic, particularly in the summer. After 750m turn left at the water pump and left again at the intersection of the Dromineer-Nenagh Road. The house at the intersection here was formerly a soup kitchen during famine times. Continue along the road until you reach the access point for the river bank at Annaghbeg Bridge.