Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail, Co. Fermanagh

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  • Address: Enniskillen BT92 1ER, UK, Omagh, United Kingdom
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  • Tags: Trail, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

This hiking area in Northern Ireland has the excellently maintained boardwalk, perfect hygiene system with clean toilets at the start and of course an awesome trail worth giving a shot. In the Cuilcagh Mountain conservation area, the boardwalk protects the rare blanket bog from erosion. There are gravel paths, boardwalks and exposed mountain trails, so you better have the hiking-friendly shoes. You will get to feel the wilderness of the mountains while on the trail. The path is isolated and quiet with only the natural sounds. There is a farmland track before a steep wooden boardwalk that climbs through the steep terrain and boulders. A rough mountain trail meets with the wild summit plateau. There is an ancient burial mound too. The mountain flanks provide the breathtaking view of the mountains, the Lough Atona Lake and so on.

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Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail, Co. Fermanagh Reviews & Ratings

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  • A must do, it's very easy and very accessible. Views throughout the hike are stunning, in any weather ! 😍 It takes about 1h20 minutes to go up and just over an hour to go back down. The end point is a fairly small platform that can get crowded easily but you get a really good view. It's worth noting that you don't get to see over the mountain as the platform isn't 'on top' of the mountain. Would highly recommend for every member of the family 😁

  • Wish we had more time to explore the trail and boardwalk. Beautiful scenic country-side. Mountain sheep along the path with no fences. Note, there is a second car park further in past the initial park by the road. Drive down here if you don't want extra walking to get to the boardwalk.

  • Stunning view from the top & along the way as you go. Make sure u bring a backpack with plenty of water, snacks & sun cream. Weather very changeable so make sure appropriate gear with you just in case.

  • Great views and handy enough hike. Very scenic along the whole way. Make sure you go to the toilet at the marble arch caves before you park up, as it's a long walk up and back just for a toilet.

  • I have been wanting to do this walk for a good few months now and I was not disappointed and in fact, it was better than I expected as photos don't do it justice. We parked in the second car park closest to the walk and recorded our distance walked to and from the top viewing deck of 10km. It would have been 12km from the lower carpark..both of which cost either £5 or Euro6! If you want free parking then you can park at the Marble Arch Caves carpark, but the walk will extend to around 16km!

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