The ninth section of the Wicklow Way is comprised of the route from Ballycumber to Tinahely. The route actually ends about two kilometres before Tinahely. The difficulty grading of this walking route is easy so walkers shouldn’t have any difficulty on this route. This route stretches to a distance of about seven kilometres. The highest point on this walking trail is no higher than 170 metres so there is very little climbing involved. Average walkers will easily complete this route in about three hours. This path might be a bit wet in some places. Also walkers will have to cross the River Ford on this path. The beauty of this place cannot be described with words only. Walkers will be delighted by the exquisite views of County Carlow available from Muskeagh Forest. Avid explorers and hikers will appreciate the fact that Croghan Mountain and Croghan Valley are located close to this route, providing them with a chance to explore them too.