Aghanaglack is part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. This circular walk within Ballintempo Forest in west Fermanagh is largely along forest tracks and passes a classic Dual Court Tomb which is managed by the NI Environment Agency. In its original state the tomb was roofed with large stone slabs and then covered with stones and possibly earth. An elevated site amongst the conifers, it was constructed when there were fewer surrounding trees, allowing for spectacular views across the area.
Ballintempo Forest forms one section of the largest continuous forestry tract in Northern Ireland. This forest is steeped in geology, local myths and wildlife; so there is something for everyone. Keep a look out for upland birds such as merlin and hen harrier.