Routes Ireland County CorkDouglas
Mahon line

Douglas, County Cork, Ireland

Mahon line

Length5 mi
Elev. Gain114.8 ft
Est. Steps12000

Scenic views

Wild flowers

City walk

Historic site

Beach

Grassland

Created by Steve
Introduction
Mahon line is a 5 mile (12,000-step) route located near Douglas, County Cork, Ireland. This route has an elevation gain of about 114.8 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Blackrock Castle

Historical
Blackrock Castle is a castellated fortification located at Blackrock, about 2 km from the centre of Cork city on the banks of the River Lee in Ireland. Originally developed as a coastal defence fortification in the 16th century to protect upper Cork Harbour and port, the site now houses an observatory, visitor centre and restaurant.

Blackrock, Cork

Place
Blackrock is a village and suburb contained within Cork City, Ireland. Originally a small fishing village about five kilometres from Cork City, the growth of the city has meant the village became incorporated into the city. The village is home to Blackrock GAA club, Blackrock Castle, a weekly farmers market, and as of 2015 has seen some investment in regeneration projects for the village centre.

Jack Lynch Tunnel

Place
The Jack Lynch Tunnel (Irish: Tollán Sheáin Uí Loingsigh) is an immersed tube tunnel and an integral part of the N40 southern ring road of Cork in Ireland. It is named after former Taoiseach, Jack Lynch, a native of Cork.It takes the road under the River Lee. North of the tunnel, the ring-road joins the M8 motorway to Dublin (north) and N8 road to the city centre (west), with the N25 commencing east to Waterford.

Blackrock GAA

Place
Blackrock National Hurling Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) club located on the southside of Cork City, Ireland. The club was founded in 1883 and is primarily concerned with the game of hurling. No other Cork-based GAA club has won more Senior County Hurling titles or All-Ireland Club Championships.

Mahon, Cork

Place
Mahon (Irish: Machain) is an area to the south-eastern side of Cork, Ireland. Mahon gets its name from Lough Mahon, a wide stretch of the upper section of Cork Harbour. It was once a semi-rural peninsula, but from the late 20th century was subject to residential development, and has a number of housing estates and developments.

Dundanion Castle

Place
Dundanion Castle (Irish: Dún Daingean, meaning "firm fortress") is a Tudor tower house in the Blackrock area of Cork in Ireland. Previously known as Galwey's Castle, the ruin is located on the grounds of the much later "Dundanion House".

Blackrock railway station (County Cork)

Place
Blackrock railway station was on the Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway in County Cork, Ireland.

Mater Private Hospital, Cork

Place
The Mater Private Hospital (Irish: Ospidéal Príobháideach an Mater) is a private hospital in Cork, Ireland. It is associated with Mater Private Hospital in Dublin.

Rochestown railway station

Place
Rochestown railway station was on the Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway in Rochestown, County Cork, Ireland.

St. Michael's GAA

Place
St. Michaels G.F.C. is a Gaelic football club in Cork City, Ireland. The club was formed in 1951 after a discourse in the Leaping Salmon bar in Blackrock near Cork. At that time some of the Blackrock hurlers played football with different city teams and it was thought a good idea to enter a football team from Blackrock, thus keeping the players together.
Route Details

Length

5 mi

Elev. Gain

114.8 ft

Est. Steps

12000
Created by
Steve
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