Things to see or do
- Fauna: Red squirrel and Fallow deer.
- Facilities: Car park and picnic site, viewing points and marked forest walks are all here to enjoy. This is a very quiet and peaceful area. The Aherlow Fáilte Society have for many years assisted in the maintenance of the area.
- Geology: Old red sandstone.
- Lenght of Trail: There are many walks available in varying lengths from 2.5km to 3.5km.
- Loaction: Located 6.5 km from Tipperary Town on the main N74 road to Cahir.
- Habitat: Forest roads and paths. There is a small pond at the car park.
- Flora: Douglas fir, scots pine, and sitka spruce. There are also replanted broadleaves such as oak, beech, holly and rowan. Also rhododendrons, which flower in late May and June.
Bansha WoodTipperary South - Ireland South
The area was originally part of the Moor Estate and Moor’s Rock is situated 1 km. from the car park. From this rock there are panoramic views of counties Tipperary, Cork, and Limerick. There is a site of a penal church nearby.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)52 744 1453
Address: Bansha, Co Tipperary, Republic of Ireland