Dublin’s Outdoors truly unfolds before you as you enter the Glenasmole Valley, home to the Bohernabreena reservoir and the Dublin Mountains Way which hugs its shore. Views of the highest peaks in the Dublin Mountains including Seefingan, Corrig and the highest, Kippure can be enjoyed in this area, which shares a border with the Wicklow National Park. The peaks of these nearby mountains contain archaeological sites stretching back up to 5,000 years and afford spectacular views of the city and Dublin Bay.
Both the River Liffey and the River Dodder rise in the Dublin-Wicklow Mountains nearby and the Dodder flows through the reservoir. Walkers can also enjoy riverside walks along the Dodder from the Dublin Mountains out of the reservoir and back towards the urban areas of Tallaght, Templeogue and Rathfarnham through the nearby parklands at Kiltipper and Dodder Valley Park.
For more information on the history of the area and other details, see the Dublin Mountains Partnership website.
3.5 km south west of Tallaght along the R114.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
From the city centre, head out the N81 towards Tallaght. Take the Oldbawn exit (R113), turning right at the Oldbawn crossroads along the Bohernabreena Road (R114). Take the left turn just after the Fort Bridge into the Bohernabreena Waterworks.
Please use the car park facilities provided.
- Car Parking
- Walking Trails
- Nature Trail
- Running Tracks