Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail
زيارة موقع الويب
- العرض كخريطة
Streunous climb to the summit of Cuilcagh Mountain
There is temporarily no access to the Cuilcagh Way beyond the end of the boardwalk for conservation reasons.
Section 2 of the Cuilcagh Way
The route will be temporarily closed at the end of the boardwalk to relieve pressure on the sensitive habitat in this area. Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark continues to work towards a long term solution with relevant authorities to conserve this fragile habitat while still allowing visitors to appreciate and enjoy this stunning landscape.
We ask visitors to keep to the designated path and to turn at the end of the boardwalk. The habitat in this area is fragile and we kindly request that walkers respect the environment and do not stray from the designated route. Your cooperation with this is appreciated.
The route meanders through one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, traversing over farm tracks, boardwalk and mountain path. A steep climb is required to reach the 666 metre summit of Cuilcagh Mountain. Marked blue on the attached map. The route is linear and is 7.5 miles in length, there and back. The Cuilcagh Way is part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark.