Where In the World?
Do you recognize this romantic waterfall?
Maybe you’ve hiked the wooded footpath that leads to the waterfall on your travels but can’t remember where in the world you saw it. Perhaps you’ve seen photos of it before but don’t recall the name or its location. If you live nearby though, you’ll know exactly where in the world this waterfall is.
However, if you don’t know this waterfall or you can’t remember where it is, click each clue to help you discover its name and its location.
Here's your first clue:
You may be familiar with this 50ft waterfall if you enjoy poetry, especially if you’re a fan of a certain 19th/20th century poet from the country in which it is located.
Do you need another clue to help you out?
The rocky highland, wild woodland and gushing waters of this waterfall were the inspiration for and featured in a poem by this famous Irish poet.
Still don't know? Perhaps this clue will will help:
The poet is William Butler Yeats and the poem is The Stolen Child.
If you haven't guessed yet, discover where in the world it is here:
This is Glencar Waterfall, which is located near Glencar Lough about 11 kilometres west of Manorhamilton in County Leitrim, Ireland.
There are other waterfalls visible from the roadside, but to see this one, you need to walk through the lovely woodland also mentioned in Keats’ poem.
A walk to Glencar Waterfall is one of the many highlights on an 11-day “Ireland Beckons” women only tour from September 13th to 23rd 2019. Get in touch if you’re interested in learning more about this and other women only tours around the world.