The uplands of west Fermanagh are comprised of a fractured mosaic of high plateaux, cut deeply by lake-filled valleys and topped by forestry and blanket bog. This 22 mile-long section of the Ulster Way between Belcoo and Belleek explores some of the most remote corners of the region. It also affords the option of taking in the celebrated views from the Cliffs of Magho by walking an additional loop through Lough Navar Forest.
|Fermanagh||28.5 miles (45.6 km)||Sheet 17||Quiet rural roads and forest tracks|
|Start Town / Village||Finish Town / Village||Grid References||Points of Interest|
|Belcoo||Belleek||Starts at H084386|
Ends at G939590
|Belcoo, Lough Navar Viewpoint, Belleek|
Refreshments are available at both the start and the finish of the route in Belcoo and Belleek. However this is a long route with no refreshment stops along the way – walkers should carry provisions accordingly. There is a campsite, a few Bed and Breakfasts and Guesthouse at the start of the section in Belcoo, with one hotel, one B&B and one Guesthouse at the finish in Belleek. There are limited accommodation options along this section of the route so walkers may wish to arrange collection from accommodation to the east of the route in Derrygonnely. There is however the Heathergrove Country Guesthouse based along the route on the Glensheevar Road - west of Conagher Forest on your way to Belleek.
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|Point of Interest||Lough Navar Viewpoint||Lough Navar forest rises to the top of the Magho ...|
|Town / Village||Belcoo||Belcoo is a border village in County Fermanagh on the ...|
|Town / Village||Derrygonnelly||Derrygonnelly is a village, which dates from the ...|
|Visitor Attraction||Belleek||Belleek is home to the world famous Belleek Pottery. ...|
|Belcoo||Campsite||Rushin Caravan Park||Five Star|
|Belcoo||Guesthouse||Customs House Inn||Four Star|
|Belleek||Guesthouse||The Fiddlestone||One Star|
|Derrygonnelly||Guesthouse||Heathergrove Country House||Two Star|