Hillwalking on the Devil’s Bit Mountain in Tipperary

The Devil’s Bit (Irish: Bearnán Éile) is a mountain in North Tipperary, Ireland. It lies to the north-west of the town of Templemore and is 5 miles from Borrisoleigh and Fairy Fort Farm, according to the Ordnance Survey Ireland, 478m (1570 feet) above sea level at its highest elevation. The mountain is usually ascended via the village of Barnane. There is a car park at the base near the village.

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About fairyfortfarm

FairyFortFarm is all about developing a sustainable lifestyle, where nature, livestock and all animals, and creatures of all types are respected and nurtured. The 'vision' here is to reduce our carbon footprint to a minimum. We will continue to try out new ideas, learning together as we move forward ! Michael is a small homestead farmer. Nature lover. Loves the outdoors, hills, countryside, rivers and lakes. Runs a Visitor Farm called FairyFortFarm.." Great place to spend a couple of hours ! "
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3 Responses to Hillwalking on the Devil’s Bit Mountain in Tipperary

  1. HeatherS says:

    What beautiful landscapes and ruins on that trip up Devil’s Bit! The video is lovely – what a great way to capture the feel of the hike without the need for any narration. Thanks for sharing this place I would never have otherwise heard of!

    • thanks, Heather. I love your pics and info too, I’m just new to this stuff, so please keep in touch. Michael

      • HeatherS says:

        Well you’re doing a great job so far, Michael! I’m new to all this too – it’s a lot to learn, hey? Thanks for your kind comments on my blog also, I’m really having fun with it! All the best, Heather 🙂

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