The Bunduff River walk is located between the towns of Cliffoney and Bundoran. The Bunduff river flows for 20km from Glenade valley to the sea
The river is joined by the Ballanaghtrillick river which runs out of the spectacular horseshoe pass. A good river for kayaking and fishing, the last 1km of the river is the most spectacular where it cascades its way down multiple waterfalls.
Access to the walk is from the small carpark next to the N15 beside the bridge. From here onwards, enjoy the beautiful walk on a well established gravel path along the banks of the river. Wildflowers are abundant and provide a beautiful contrast with the meandering river.
And for those who don't mind getting their shoes dirty, it is worthwhile following the small trail on the opposite site of the N15 and follow the river towards the Atlantic. Here you can admire the beautiful rapids and waterfalls, especially the last waterfall where the river reaches the Atlantic.
Waymarking: Gravel path
Length (km): 2.4 km
Ascend (m): 0m
Ordnance survey map: OSI discovery series 25