The Barrow. Our River Your Journey

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Milford

Milford, 7km south of Carlow Town is a most pleasant stop on the river and was once the centre of a thriving milling industry. The mill at Milford was established …

Jennifer's Travel at Monasterevin

Jennifer’s Travels

Based in the scenic Bell Harbour, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare, this boat hire company is ideally placed to explore both the historic Grand Canal and the majestic River Barrow. This family …

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The Barrow Way

The River Barrow rises in the Slieve Bloom Mountains in the southern midlands and flows to join its two ‘sisters’, the Nore and the Suir, before reaching the Celtic Sea …

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Graiguenamanagh Boat Club

The Graiguenamanagh Boat Club is a competitive rowing club involved in sculling and sweep rowing. The club is based at the club boat house on the Quay in Graiguenamanagh and …

T: Club Captain Brian Roberts + 353 (0) 86 8234813
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Flora and Fauna on the River Barrow

The Barrow is home to countless plants, animals and habitats. The wealth of wildlife present along the Barrow has lead to it’s designation as a Special Area of Conservation (site …