At 105 kilometres this is the route that Sean Kelly has made rightly famous. It is indeed one of his legacies to cycling. Without actually entering the mountain terrain, it is basically a circuit of the Comeragh Mountains. Beginning in Dungarvan it follows the route of the Kelly Comeragh Challenge as far as Carrick-on-Suir, with the lovely Comeraghs on the left at all times. After Carrick the route runs parallel to, and south of, the River Suir to Clonmel taking in the tranquil setting of Glencomeragh House.
Skirting the town of Clonmel on the southern side, it swings left at Kilmacomma and travels on to the picturesque village of Ballymacarbry. From here, the route continues in a southerly direction through Colligan Wood and past the Master McGrath Monument before eventually arriving back at Dungarvan.
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