The sixth section of the Grand Canal Way takes walkers on a charming trek through the serene wilderness lying between Daingean and Tullamore. This section of the walking route is located in County Offaly in the Leinster province. There aren’t many difficulties awaiting the walkers on this route. This part of the route stretches over a relatively long distance of fourteen kilometres. This distance involves minimal climbing and requires about four and a half hours to complete it in its entirety. Sections of the road on this walking trail are pretty quiet in general so walkers can look forward to a nice and relaxing walk with minimum disturbances in the peaceful atmosphere. The countryside on this trail is not very populated. This trail follows the canal to Tullamore. Crohan Hill and the towers of Tullamore are some interesting sights that walkers can expect to enjoy during the walk.