The Corbally branch diverges from the Naas branch canal at a junction on the west bank just before the harbour. It was completed in 1810 as something of an afterthought following the completion of the isolated Corbally harbour remote from any population or industry. A good starting point for the Corbally walk is the Naas library located at the harbour. Follow the foothpath along the canal bank passing housing estates and a park on your left. Continue under the intriguingly named Ploopluck bridge. The path continues under a modern bridge with the K Leisure Sports centre and playing fields, on your right across the canal- a hive of sporting activity all year round. You emerge onto a footpath on the busy R445 Naas to Newbridge road. Take great care and cross over to a footpath on the far side. Turn right on this footpath in the Newbridge direction. On your left is the the 17th century brick mansion known as Jigginstown Castle. 52 Connaught Bridge at Ladytown NAAS TO CORBALLY HARBOUR THE GRAND CANAL 7.25 km / 4.5 miles LOWTOWN TO RATHANGAN THE BARROW LINE 12.5 km / 7.75 miles RATHANGAN TO MONASTERVIN THE BARROW LINE 10.6 km / 6.5 miles THE MILLTOWN FEEDER 8 km / 5 miles THE GRAND CANAL