The sixth part of the Slieve Bloom Way starts from Glenkeen and allows walkers to enjoy the sights and sounds of the surrounding area in a relaxed manner all the way to The Cut. County Laois is home to this part of the walking trail in the eastern region of Ireland in the province of Leinster. This part of the walking trail is pretty easy to traverse and extends to a relatively short distance of about six and a half kilometres. This trail is 175 metres high at its highest point. Since the distance to be covered is relatively short, it will take most walkers only about two and half hours of steady paced walking to complete this walking route. Walkers will encounter forest road throughout this part of the walking trail. There are wet patches on the General’s Road so care should be exercised while walking there. The whole route is characterized by forested area all the way to the end of this section. Walkers will appreciate the panoramic views available over Glendine O Regan.