The 4.9Km Sli route begins at the junction between Duffry Gate and Nunnery Road. Cross the road and go over the Duffry Hill, along Parnell Road and past the Garda Barracks and The National 1798 centre. Take a left when you reach the N30 and continue along until you see a directional arrow pointing you down Salthouse Lane towards the River Slaney. When you reach the River it affords a good view of Vinegar Hill, site of the famous battle of 1798. Follow the Slaney, one of the largest rivers in Ireland, towards the Seamus Rafter Bridge. You will catch a glimpse to your left of Enniscorthy Castle, built by the Normans in 1205 A.D. Continue along the N11 in the direction of Dublin until you come to the roundabout. Turn left back along the R890 over Summerhill and Nunnery Road which brings you back to your original starting point, completing your 4.9Km walk.
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