Dromore Riverside Walk

The Dromore Riverside Walk is a meandering path though a delightful environment, open and accessible for all to use and enjoy.  As you walk though this park, you will see new and old woodland changing and growing over the seasons and wildflower … [Read more...]

River Strule

A walkway along the River Strule starting from the Strule Arts Centre allows you close access to appreciate the bank side vegetation, salmon leaping and the resident heron at the weir. GR H451728 … [Read more...]

Camowen River

To enjoy the peaceful ambience of the slow and winding Camowen, walk from Cranny Bridge to Lover's Retreat, where you might see the salmon leap.  Parking at Cranny Bridge GR H473721 … [Read more...]

Gortin Glen Forest Park

Gortin Glen Forest Park, north of Omagh town, is an excellent park for people to experience wildlife through walks, orienteering, mountain biking and educational events (check back Omagh update page for Gortin Glen events).  In summer the duck pond … [Read more...]

Cullion Community Woodland

Woodland Trust in association with Glens Community Development Group developed Cullion Community Woodland, a millennium Wood On Your Doorstep.  It is mixed deciduous woodland that exhibits one specimen of each native tree in Ireland along a winding … [Read more...]

Sloughan Glen ASSI

You can visit Sloughan Glen ASSI in the west of the district near Drumquin (GR H276744).  See the carpets of bluebells in the spring and the roaring waterfall all year round. If you're lucky you might see the dippers walking under water.   Car … [Read more...]

Killyfole Lough Local Nature Reserve, Rosslea

Killyfole Walking/Shoreline Trail was officially opened in 2007 taking on a new lease of life due to the efforts of the local community association. A loop walk around the lake has been developed including boardwalk sections, allowing you closer … [Read more...]

Cuilcagh Mountain Park

At 665 metres, Cuilcagh Mountain is the highest point in Cavan and Fermanagh. Its distinctive table-top profile is the dominant landscpae feature in a region rich in geology, archaeology, folklore, history and wildlife. The mountain is topped by … [Read more...]

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

In 2008, the UNSECO endorsed Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark of which the Marble Arch Caves are a key site, was expanded to include some of the most scenic landscapes in Counties Fermanagh and Cavan, making it the first cross-border Geopark anywhere … [Read more...]

Cottage Lawn, Belcoo

A village green at the far west end of Lower Lough Mcnean, its a perfect spot to stop for a short amble around its edges, taking in the lough shoreline with Cuilcagh Mountain and surrounds as a backdrop. The green itself has some lovely craggy, … [Read more...]