The following galleries are of photos from hill walks we have taken over the past couple of years. Some are part of the National Loop Walks.
The Knockanaffrin Ridge makes up the most northern section of the Comeragh Mountains in County Waterford. It divides the Nier Valley from the Clodiagh River Valley. The ridge is made up of a number of rocky outcrops or tors which give the ridge another name: The Seven Sisters.
Like other sections of the Comeraghs, the ridge contains a few corries and corrie lakes.
The name Comeragh most likely derives from the Irish word cumarach, meaning a place characterised by ravines and valleys.