Routes IrelandCork
The lough to sundays well via fitzgeralds park

Cork, Ireland

The lough to sundays well via fitzgeralds park

Length3.5 mi
Elev. Gain219.8 ft
Est. Steps8000
Created by traceyecummins
Introduction
The lough to sundays well via fitzgeralds park is a 3.5 mile (8,000-step) route located near Cork, Ireland. This route has an elevation gain of about 219.8 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Cork City Gaol

Tourist Attraction
Cork City Gaol is a former prison, now a museum, located in Cork City, Ireland.

Cork Public Museum

Tourist Attraction
Cork Public Museum (Irish: Músaem Poiblí Chorcaí) is a city museum in Cork, Ireland. Housed in a mid-19th century building within Fitzgerald Park in the Mardyke area of the city, the museum's exhibits focus mainly on the history and archaeology of the Cork area.

Daly's bridge

Tourist Attraction
Daly's bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the River Lee in Cork, Ireland. Known locally as the Shakey Bridge, it joins Sunday's Well on the northside, to Fitzgerald's Park in the Mardyke area on the south.Completed in 1926 and opened in 1927, it is the only suspension bridge in Cork city and was constructed by the London-based David Rowell & Company to the design of Stephen W.

Bon Secours Hospital, Cork

Place
The Bon Secours Hospital, Cork is a private hospital in Cork, Ireland. The hospital is part of Bon Secours Mercy Health. This includes sister hospitals in Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Tralee.The hospital has over 18,000 admissions and 29,000 outpatients attendances per year.

Cork gunpowder explosion

Place
The Cork gunpowder explosion was a large explosion that took place in Cork, Ireland on 3 November 1810.Twenty two people were killed and over forty injured when gunpowder stored in a labourer's house in Brandy Lane, Cork, exploded. A subsequent inquiry revealed that several employees of the Ballincollig Royal Gunpowder Mills (then the largest gunpowder manufacturing plant in the world), had been systematically stealing the material which was then sold on to quarrymen for rock blasting.

Cork Western Road railway station

Place
Cork Western Road railway station was a terminus station on the Cork and Muskerry Light Railway in County Cork, Ireland. The station was located at Lancaster Quay (the Bishop's Marsh) on the Western Road, close to what is now the River Lee Hotel in Cork city.

Honan Chapel

Place
The Honan Chapel (Irish: Séipéal Uí Eonáin, formally Saint Finbarr's Collegiate Chapel), is a Catholic collegiate church built in the Celtic-Romanesque style located on the grounds of University College Cork, Ireland. It was designed by leading members of the Celtic Revival and Irish Arts and Crafts movement, many of whom incorporated elements of the Art Nouveau style.

Richard Beamish Cricket Grounds

Place
Richard Beamish Cricket Grounds are a cricket ground in the Mardyke, Cork, Ireland. The cricket field and facilities are located on the southern bank of the River Lee, and overlooked by University College Cork and St Vincent's Catholic Church. The ground is officially named after Richard Beamish, but it is generally called The Mardyke after the area where it is situated, or the Cricket Club as it is the home ground of Cork County Cricket Club.

Mardyke

Place
The Mardyke (Irish: An Mhuirdíog) is an area in Cork city, on the northern half of the long western part of the island formed by the two channels of the River Lee near the city centre. It was historically left as open space, because the land along the north channel of the river is prone to flooding.

Mardyke (UCC)

Place
The Mardyke, also referred as the Mardyke Sports Ground, is the sport and fitness facilities used by sports team representing University College Cork, the general student body, and members of the public. It is based in the Cork district of Mardyke. UCC acquired the grounds in 1911, and rented the main pitch to rugby, soccer, hockey and hurling clubs in the city for a 15% cut of the gate receipts.
Route Details

Length

3.5 mi

Elev. Gain

219.8 ft

Est. Steps

8000
Created by
traceyecummins
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