Lough Tay is fed by the Cloghoge River and then drains into Lough Dan, located to the south. The beach on the northern side is bright white sand.
This is a moderate walk of over 4/5 hours with magnificent scenery, lakes, hills and wildlife.
The walk starts on the Sally Gap Road at the entrance to the Guinness’ Estate. There is room to park at the other side of the road without blocking the gate. Unfortunately there is a steep road decent at the start of the walk which must be encountered on the way back.
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