A moderate 101km point-to-point route, and National Waymarked Trail, the Avondhu Way starts in Clogheen, Ireland and ends in Dromore, Ireland and along with the Duhallow Way, is a part of the longer 168 km Blackwater Way. With a total elevation gain of 6293 ft, it follows the valley of the River Blackwater, with the toughest section being between Clogheen, Hare’s Gap and Araglin. The terrain is a mixture of mountain tracks, boggy moorland, grassy track and there is quite a bit of road walking.
There are accommodation and resupply options along the trail, particularly in Fermoy, and the villages of Kilworth, Ballynamona, Mallow and Bweeng. Dogs are not permitted on the trail.