Modern & stylish 4* Hotel in the heart of Ballyhoura.
Self-catering luxurious accommodation combining privacy and exclusivity.
Get ready for your outdoor rediscovery at Ballyhass Mallow.
Your one stop shop for all you riding and horse needs
Cycle along quiet country roads through some of the most scenic and beautiful countryside in Ireland.
Visit and fall in love.
A local mountain biking club based in the beautiful Ballyhoura Mountains.
Two multi-level indoor tracks featuring flyovers, underpasses, hills and banked corners.
One of the largest and most complex cave systems in Ireland.
The best Sporting Claybird Ground in Munster.
One of the most scenic settings for horse riding in Ireland.
Horse Riding Holidays for all Family.
Safe, relaxing horse riding, catering for all levels of ability and experience.
Mountain Bike hire & sales shop at the renowned Ballyhoura Mountain Bike trailhead.
Providing outdoor and adventure sports education courses for adults and children.
Highest point in the Ballyhoura’s.
Irish woodland and riverbank with at least forty shades of green.
A home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, bees and insects and different types of waterlife.
Investigate over 20 hidden creatures in the woods that kiddies have to uncover on their walk.
The largest trail network of its kind in Ireland.
All-weather CamperVan site in the heart of Ballyhoura.
The top five “Free-to-Enter” tourist attractions in Ireland.
The perfect introduction to mountain biking.
Challenge your mountain bike skills with steeper climbs and narrower trails.
Tight turns, steep descents and elevated boardwalks.
A big ride in a remote area to challenge your mountain bike skills.
The ultimate loop of the Ballyhoura trails. Be prepared!
A long distance trail in footsteps of the O'Sullivan Beara clan.
A circuit around the periphery of the Ballyhoura Mountains.
A trip east to the Glen of Aherlow with views of Seefin.
A leisurely spin to the amenity area at the scenic Lough Gur.
A spin around pleasant wooded hill near the townlands of Glenroe and Castle Oliver.
Glimpses of some of Ireland's most spectacular waterways, plenty of forest trails and an interesting mountain route.