The South Leinster Way is a 102 km trail that starts in Lackabeg, Country Carlow, Ireland and ends in Carrick-on-Suir Urban, County Tipperary, Ireland. Considered a moderate hike, it has a total elevation gain of 5499 ft with no significant climbs, this hike is beautifully varied, taking in mountains, villages, towpaths and woodland. Flanking Mount Leinster (796m) and Brandon Hill (515m), the trail follows the River Barrow and visits several quaint villages on route including Borris, Graiguenamanagh, Inistioge and Mullinava, with plenty of rest and refreshment options available. The South Leinster Way is a small section of the long distance European E8 walking route linking Dublin with Dursey Island off the south west coast.
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash.