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Fardross Forest

Two trails to choose from within Fardross Forest




1.2 miles

OS Map


Nearest Town


Route Shape


Route Type



Gravel paths

Grid Reference (Start)

H520 487

Grid Reference (End)

H520 487

Point of Interest

Fardross Stream ASSI

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty


Route Description

River Trail (1km) - Start in the car park and cross the bridge over the stream and bear right, continue to follow the riverisde trail, crossing over the stream again this time using a series of stepping stones. Continue to follow the path to be lead back to the car park.

Oak and Beech Trail (1km) - Start in the car park and cross the bridge over the stream and bear left, continue to follow the forest trail, passing by Oak and Beech Tress as you go. Continue to follow the path to be led back to the start point. 

Getting to the Start (by Public Transport)

Translink - journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Getting to the Start (by Car)

A4 to Clogher, about two miles west of the village turn left into Fardross Road. There is a sign to the Clogher Valley Caravan Park. Drive for about one and a half miles and take a left signposted Fardross Road, parking is about 100m from this junction.


Dogs are allowed. Dogs to be kept under control

Accessibility Grade

Grade 5

Stepping stones to cross a section of the stream - rough gravel paths


Car park, picnic tables



Publication Availability


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Ratings and Comments

PaulT 22 January, 2017 @ 17:07

Nice short wee walk two loops cool stepping stones that need a bit of restoration but good short walk

dee 8 October, 2016 @ 18:38

Needed to get dogs out for a walk after a long journey...couldn't find fardross....so many roads saying fardross...so many dead end paths! Need clearer signs!

james stork 22 September, 2015 @ 11:37

A really boring walk with nothing interesting to see. Disappointing :)

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