The Tipperary Heritage Way is a 56km low-level linear walking route in the south midlands of Ireland that follows the course of the River Suir north from the Knockmealdown Mountains towards the historic town of Cashel. Attractions include churches, abbeys, ancient graveyards, castles and a wonderful cottage orné.

A variety of waterfowl including the ubiquitous heron will be seen along the river stretches, where otters may also be glimpsed. Two easily accessible sections of the route are the 10km from the village of Golden to Cashel town, and the 2km second section along the River Suir towpath from Cahir Castle to the romantic folly of Swiss Cottage.

Trail information and map