"Where the wandering water gushes, From the hills above Glen-Car"

Glencar Waterfall is 50ft high and is situated in the Glencar Valley. It served as an inspiration to William Butler Yeats and he mentioned it in his famous poem “The Stolen Child”.

The waterfall is very impressive after rainfall and can be viewed from a lovely wooded walk area. Near the waterfall you will find picnic areas, a children’s playground, café facilities, tourism information and ample parking.

  • Impressive 50ft waterfall
  • Lovely wooded walk area
  • Children’s playground and picnic areas

Admission Prices:

Free Admission

Useful Information

Site is wheelchair accessible. On-site parking, tourism information and café facilities.

Getting There

11km west of Manorhamilton in County Leitrim

Map Location: 54.340032, -8.368215
Contact Glencar Waterfall

Glencar, Co. Leitrim, Ireland

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