Pon Br Devonshire Bridge Morrell Aqueduct & Feeder Sallins The Grand Canal Sallins/ Naas Sation R407 14 15 The starting point at Hazelhatch Bridge is less than a kilometre to the east of the Hazelhatch & Celbridge railway station on the Celbridge to Newcastle Road. This is a favourite mooring spot for boat owners away from the built-up areas of the city. Begin your walk on the south bank of the canal and stay on this side all the way to Sallins. There is a firm surface between here and Aylmer Bridge as you head west. The view to the east is dominated by the Dublin Mountains. Past Aylmer Bridge the towpath is shadowed by the high wall of the Lyons estate, which was formerly the home of the Aylmers, an old Kildare dynasty, and the Lawless family who held the title of Lords Cloncurry. The first Lord Cloncurry built the classic great house, which can just be glimpsed through the gates of the demesne wall. The Mill at Lyons Estate 20 HAZELHATCH TO SALLINS THE GRAND CANAL 13km / 8 miles SALLINS TO ROBERTSTOWN THE GRAND CANAL 11.5 km / 7 miles ROBERTSTOWN TO EDENDERRY THE GRAND CANAL 21 km / 13 miles SALLINS TO NAAS THE GRAND CANAL 5.5 km / 3.5 miles GPS 53.2510 -6.6674