Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments

Treenearla Commons - Cairn

Treenearla Commons - Cairn

This modest sized Cairn overlooks the Mauma Pass and is just a shot distance away from the Treenearla Commons standing stone along the path. It measure 18 metres in diameter and is about 2.2 metres high.

From the site you can clearly see the Crohaun cairn on the south side of the road and also the Farbreaga further to the north.

The monument is easily accessible by foot from the summit of the Mauma Pass. There is excellent views of the surrounding area and a fine eastward vista towards the Celtic sea. For more about Cairns click Here



Directions: See Treenearla Commons standing stone

The Cairn site is very near to this monument- both can be visited at the same time.


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