The tenth and final section of Barrow Way starts from Graiguenamanagh and extends all the way to St. Mullins. This last section of the Barrow Way is located in County Carlow in the Leinster province. The difficulty grading of this walking section is easy with not much climbing involved. This section is relatively shorter with only eight kilometres to traverse. Walkers will be able to easily complete this route in about three hours. The walking terrain on this route is largely comprised of grassy track. Walkers can look forward to a relaxing walk by the riverside on this trail. The landscape surrounding this walking trail mostly consists of forest, farmland and small dams called weirs. Bahana Wood and the Scar are two forests that walkers will see on this route. At Graiguenamanagh, walkers can view a bridge dating back to the 1760ís. This bridge was built to replace a 15th century stone bridge. The thirteenth century Abbey of Duiske is a well known attraction in Graiguenamanagh. Walkers will find Tinnahinch Castle located beside the lock to also be an interesting place to visit.