We’ve been searching, and we think we’ve found it! On 27th September 2020 we had the pleasure of taking a hike up Coumshingaun in Co Waterford, and it was probably the best hike we’ve ever done!
Coumshingaun Loop Walk is a moderate 4-hour (7.5 km) walking route around a natural amphitheater of splendour and silence, the Coumshingaun Corrie Lake, and the surrounding mountains in County Waterford, Ireland. Coumshingaun is one of the finest examples of a corrie or coum in Europe and the Comeragh mountains’ most famous landmark. Corries were formed by glacial movement during the ice age.