Routes IrelandCork
Cork to countryside

Cork, Ireland

Cork to countryside

Length3.9 mi
Elev. Gain337.8 ft
Est. Steps9000
Created by Miss Hooley
Cork to countryside is a 3.9 mile (9,000-step) route located near Cork, Ireland. This route has an elevation gain of about 337.8 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Crawford Art Gallery

Tourist Attraction
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 welcomes over 200,000 visitors a year.

Huguenot Cemetery, Cork

Tourist Attraction
Huguenot Cemetery was created between 1710 and 1733 as a cemetery for the Huguenot inhabitants in the city of Cork. It is believed to be one of the last two surviving Huguenot graveyards in western Europe.

Cork (city)

Cork (; Irish: Corcaigh, pronounced [ˈkoɾkɪɟ], from corcach, meaning "marsh") is a city in south-west Ireland, in the province of Munster. As of the 2016 census, the city had a population of 125,657, but following a boundary extension in 2019, the population increased to c. 210,000. It is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland.

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.

Cork Albert Quay railway station

Cork Albert Quay railway station was on the Cork, Bandon and South Coast Railway in County Cork, Ireland.

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.

Cork Albert Street railway station

Cork Albert Street railway station was on the Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway (CBPR) in County Cork, Ireland.

Oliver Plunkett Street

Oliver Plunkett Street (Irish: Sráid Olibhéir Pluincéid) is a shopping street in Cork, Ireland. It was originally laid-out in the early 18th century as the city expanded eastwards beyond the original city walls.

St Patrick's Street

St Patrick's Street (Irish: Sráid Naomh Pádraig) is the main shopping street of the city of Cork in the south of Ireland. Since its redevelopment in 2004, it has twice won the award as Ireland's best shopping street. St Patrick's Street is colloquially known to some locals as "Pana".

Parnell Place

Parnell Place (Irish: Plás Parnell) is a street in Cork, Ireland. It is a major south-to-north route across the city centre, and the location of Parnell Place Bus Station.In the south, it starts at the junction with South Mall, Lapp's Quay and Parnell Bridge, running to Merchant's Quay in the north. It is intersected by Oliver Plunkett Street and has junctions with the more minor Maylor Street and Merchant's Street.
Route Details


3.9 mi

Elev. Gain

337.8 ft

Est. Steps

Created by
Miss Hooley
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