Routes IrelandCork

Cork, Ireland


Length7.2 mi
Elev. Gain613.4 ft
Est. Steps17000


Created by Rennih Tdrahkcip
Hollyhill is a 7.2 mile (17,000-step) route located near Cork, Ireland. This route has an elevation gain of about 613.4 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Church of St Anne, Shandon

The Church of St Anne is a Church of Ireland church located in the Shandon district of Cork city in Ireland. Built between 1722 and 1726, it is situated on a hill overlooking the River Lee. The church tower is a noted landmark and symbol of the city, and the church bells were popularised in a 19th century song.

Cork Opera House

Cork Opera House is a theatre and opera house in Cork in the Republic of Ireland.

Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne

The Cathedral of Saint Mary and Saint Anne (Irish: Ardeaglais Naomh Muire agus Naomh Áine), also known as Saint Mary's Cathedral, The North Cathedral or The North Chapel, is a Roman Catholic cathedral located at the top of Shandon Street in Cork, Ireland. It is the seat of the Bishop of Cork and Ross, and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross.

Blackpool, Cork

Blackpool (Irish: An Linn Dubh) is a suburb of Cork city in County Cork, Ireland. It is situated in the north of the city, on the N20 road to Mallow.

Crawford Art Gallery

The Crawford Art Gallery (Irish: Áiléar Crawford) is a public art gallery and museum in the city of Cork, Ireland. Known informally as the Crawford, it was designated a 'National Cultural Institution' in 2006. It is "dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary", and welcomed 265,438 visitors in 2019.

Cork North Infirmary

The North Infirmary (Irish: Otharlann Chorcaí Thuaidh) was the first general hospital to be opened in Cork. Originally holding only 24 beds, it eventually expanded to 115 beds. It was used as a fever hospital during the famine, housed Irish soldiers wounded in the First World War and covertly treated wounded Republicans during the War of Independence.

Green Distillery

The Green Distillery was an Irish whiskey distillery which was established in Cork City, Ireland in 1796. In 1867, the distillery was purchased by the Cork Distilleries Company (CDC), in an amalgamation of five Cork distilleries. Production of whiskey at the distillery likely ceased soon afters its acquisition by the CDC.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross (Irish: Deoise Chorcaí agus Rosa) is a Roman Catholic diocese in southern Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (corresponding rather closely to the civil province of Munster) and is subject to the Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.

Daly's Distillery

Daly's Distillery was an Irish whiskey distillery which operated in Cork City, Ireland from around 1820 to 1869. In 1867, the distillery was purchased by the Cork Distilleries Company (CDC), in an amalgamation of five cork distilleries. Two years later, in 1869, as the smallest CDC distillery, Daly's Distillery ceased operations.


Gurranabraher (Irish: Garrán na mBráthar, meaning "grove of the brothers") is a working class suburb on the northern side of Cork City. It borders onto Churchfield, Farranree, Sunday's Well and Knocknaheeny.Gurranabraher is located in Cork North-Central Dáil Éireann constituency.
Route Details


7.2 mi

Elev. Gain

613.4 ft

Est. Steps

Created by
Rennih Tdrahkcip
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