Devil's Bit, Templemore

#6 of 7 in Nature in County Tipperary
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  • Took a walk up Devils Bit while on a break at half term with my family. My young son and daughter came with me on s gorgeous Autumn day. The views as we climbed just kept getting better and we could s...  more »
  • If you're in the North Tipperary area and enjoy hill walking then The Devil's Bit is a must do. It's not particularly difficult going which gives you plenty of time to take in the lovely scenery.  more »
  • Devil`s BIt is a fabulous place. Around the year you can have differents view, I really enjoyed the view from the mountains to the valley, it was very peaceful experience. Lovely place to walk with a ...  more »
  • Be prepared for a windy and beautiful view of the surroundings. The walk to get to the top is really nice. Carry a bottle of water and a camera because you will need them. Don't forget to carry your rubbish with you and respect wildlife.
  • Panoramic view as far as the eye can see! Truly free from all the busyness of life!
  • Fantastic place to challenge your tenacity, especially the hill to the right going up
  • Lovely spot to put down an hour or two climbing to the top and around the sides
  • In the truest sense legendary landmark in County Tipperary. Allegedly, the devil has bitten out a piece from the "mountain" and this spat then far into the plane. Coming out is a gap and the Hill stands at the rock of Cashel. There is a hiking parking and a well-signposted walking trail, which leads also through the Devil's bit. The signposted trail is good to commit and requires some condition in addition to a time of about one and a half hours because quite steeply uphill is just at the beginning. He flatly not leads to the Summit cross. To achieve this a detour is required required at the end of a little scramble, which can be done by almost anyone but. The magnificent view to the effort of the climb will compensate in clear. The access to the hiking parking lot is actually typical Irish, quite adventurous. The last 600 m lead in several bends upwards. The road or the road is better but so narrow that you better send a fervent prayer to heaven and hope that comes to no vehicle contrary to.
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