Walking Trails Fermanagh : Cuilcagh Boardwalk
Northern Ireland is rapidly becoming a ‘must see’ destination on the world map and in turn, some incredible landscapes are being revealed to walkers of all ages and abilities. With its vast array of terrains, mountains, forest and castle walks there are walking trails suitable to all strengths, abilities and interests.
The enchanting Lakelands of Fermanagh are laced with a network of paths and tracks that allow for endless exploration, on terrain that is ideal for keen walkers and families alike. These trails help make Fermanagh the ideal getaway for walkers who love fine views and landscapes rich in wildlife and heritage. Fermanagh Lakelands website has information on all the walks available.
Cuilcagh Mountain Park
Cuilcagh Mountain Park takes in 2,500 hectares on the northern slopes of Cuilcagh Mountain in southern Fermanagh and is at the heart of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Cuilcagh Mountain Park, together with the nearby Marble Arch Caves, was awarded UNESCO European Geopark status in 2001 and Global Geopark status in 2004, in recognition of the area’s geological heritage. At 665 metres (2,188 feet) above sea level Cuilcagh Mountain Park is the highest point in Fermanagh and one of the flagship sites in the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark.
There are 2 walking trails available to reach the summit of Cuilcagh Mountain in Fermanagh.
These two trails are sections of the Cuilcagh Way, a long distance trail that explores some of the most idyllic landscapes of Fermanagh including the Cladagh Glen, Cuilcagh Mountain Park and Florence Court Forest. For more information on the Cuilcagh Way visit the Walk NI website.