At Booltenagh car park, a track turns off from the road to follow the ridge westwards with views to both sides over Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay.
Along this section are several cairns constructed when the first Ordnance Survey maps were being drawn in the early nineteenth century.
If you want to visit the prehistoric hut site, follow the fence to the right before crossing the stile. The site can also be seen below way markers 40-41 as you walk.
At marker 48, the path crosses a track that connects Clashadoo and Rooska.
Between marker 60 and 61, you’ll pass an Ordnance Survey ‘triangulation point’. This concrete pillar marks the hill’s high point at 224 metres.
Sheep’s Head Way section 2 ends at the parking area in Glanlough. To start the next section, turn right, down the road, and take the next left.