Carrick-on-Suir is flanked to the south by the foothills of the Comeraghs leading to the Comeragh Mountains themselves, one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. Containing some of Irelands’ best examples of glacial corrie or armchair lakes, the Comeragh Mountains range is hugely varied and stretches from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel to form part of the Munster Ridge. Every visitor should try the ‘magic road’ & also visit the spectacular Mahon Falls a 240 ft waterfall tumbling off the glacial range. Also located nearby are Curraghmore House & Gardens & Mount Congreve Gardens. The Comeragh Mountains are also located close to The Waterford Greenway.