There aren’t many waterfalls in the Republic of Ireland but it is a gorgeous country with one well known waterfall, Powerscourt waterfall. Indeed a country worthwhile to visit but not with that many big waterfalls.
The western part of Ireland consists of rugged cliffs, hills and low mountains. The highest mountain is the Carrauntoohil with a height of 10038 meter and is located in the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range in the southwest of the country.
The Republic of Ireland is famous because of its rainfall, always good for a good water flow. The tallest waterfall in Ireland is the Powerscourt waterfall with a height of 122 meter and is located south of Dublin.
Waterfalls of the Republic of Ireland map
Best waterfalls in the Republic of Ireland
|Powerscourt waterfall||Wicklow||Deerpark-Enniskerry||121 m||121||3|
|Glenevin waterfall||Donegal||Clonmany||12 m||12||2.5|
|Glenmacnass waterfall||Wicklow||Laragh, Sally Gap||80 m||80||2.5|
|Mahon falls||Waterford||Mahon Bridge, Lemybrien||80-110 m||80||2.5|
|Glencar waterfall||Leitrim||Glencar, Sligo||10-15 m||10||2|
|Poulanass waterfall||Wicklow||Upper lake/Glendalough Valley||5 m||5||2|
|Torc waterfall||Kerry||Killarney, Kenmare||20 m||20||2|