The Vee Scenic Drive is famous because of the breathtaking panoramic views of mountains and valley’s affored whilst driving through the Knockmealdown Mountains. Follow the route from Lismore driving in a northerly direction though rugged mountainous landscape. The journey rises to about 2,000 feet (610m) above sea level. Take time to view Bay Lough a bottomless corrie lake that is the reputed dwelling place of Petticoat Loose. It is also famous as the resting place of Samuel Grubb, whose grave, known as Grubb's Grave or Grubb's Monument, stands looking across the Vee Valley, since his death in 1921. This route is extremely popular with cyclists and walkers who relish the challenge of the climb.
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