Glin, situated on the banks of the River Shannon, along the N69 driving route, offers a wide variety of spectacular coastal and woodland scenery walking trails.
The Knights Walk through Glin Castle Demesne is 4km. It can be done as part of a longer Glin Heritage Walking Trails which takes in two other walks, Knockaranna via the town park and pier and the path along the shore of the Shannon Estuary.
Glin is well situated to access the N69 Driving Route which winds its way through the stunning and changing landscapes of West Limerick, to Tarbert in Co. Kerry. From Limerick City to the riverside towns of Foynes and Glin, this 58km route offers everything from medieval heritage to outdoor adventure.
For cycling enthusiasts Glin is located a short drive to Abbeyfeale which is one of the access points to the Great Southern Greenway Limerick, a 39km off-road walking and cycling route along an old railway line that connects the three market towns of Rathkeale, Newcastlewest and Abbeyfeale in West Limerick.