Walking & Cycling

Bike Blessingbourne

Blessingbourne Estate Blessingbourne Estate, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone
T: (028) 89521188

Challenge yourself to an exhilarating 6 km Mountain Bike Trail set in the beautiful grounds of the scenic Blessingbourne Country Estate. Launched in June 2011 as Northern Ireland’s premier Mountain Bike venue, Blessingbourne offers testing single track riding & family friendly route combinations. Warm up on the fabulous Pump Track at the head of the trail before you head off to explore this 550 acre country estate.

Enniskillen Ecotrail

T: (028) 6632 5050

Enjoy the Enniskillen Town Ecotrail & Permanent Orienteering Course, enabling young people to enjoy a quality learning experience in the ‘outdoor classroom’ of the country side & seek to promote knowledge & understanding of, & responsibility for the local, natural & built environment.

Forest Parks

Florencecourt Forest Park

Florencecourt Forest Park has gardens, walks, picnics sites & toilets. Lough Navar includes a scenic drive leading to a magnificent viewpoint over Lower Lough Erne. Castle Caldwell is a nature reserve with trails & walks. Castle Archdale Country Park also has a nature reserve with trails, marina, picnic sites, shop, restaurant & toilets. Families can also try out the 6 mile cycle route which weaves its way through 230 acres of mature forest situated on the shores of Lower Lough Erne.

Kingfisher Cycle Trail

Kingfisher Cycle Trail E:

Over 300 miles of mapped & signposted cycle trails in the Fermanagh & Leitrim region. From rolling hills, to country lanes to Atlantic Coast, the trail has something for all tastes. Suitable for independent or group travel. Accommodation packages also available.

Corralea Activity Centre

Corralea Activity Centre Belcoo
T: (028) 6638 6123

Corralea Activity Centre is in the heart of the rugged mountainous uplands and the gentle rolling lowlands of counties Fermanagh and Cavan and central to one of the largest forests in Ireland and the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Experience our new on-site purpose built bike trail and pump track. All Mountain Biking trips are led by a qualified Trail Leader.

Bike Hire at Florence Court

National Trust Bike Hire T: (028) 6634 8249

Hire a bike at Florence Court. Our partners ‘Wildflower Bike Hire’ will be on site throughout the season with a fleet of bicycles for hire. There are a number of circular paths to explore in the adjoining forest park, passing by the Lady’s well, and the world famous ‘Florence Court Yew’. If you are feeling more adventurous, the Glen Wood trail takes you deeper into the forest, with rewarding views over the estate and the surrounding countryside.

Lough Navar View Point

Lough Navar Viewpoint

Lough Navar is a must see for any visitor to Fermanagh. There are spectacular views over Lough Erne, Donegal Bay, The Blue Stack & Sperrin Mountains. It rises to the top of the Magho cliffs at a height of 1,000 ft. Families can enjoy the seven mile scenic forest drive, other features include picnic areas, parking facilities viewpoints & short walks. Accessible via Derrygonnelly or A46 Belleek/Enniskillen Road.

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark Marlbank Scenic Loop, Florencecourt, Co. Fermanagh

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark encompasses 18,000 hectares of the rugged mountainous uplands & the gentle rolling lowlands of counties Fermanagh & Cavan. Taking in the world famous Marble Arch Showcave, the Geopark showcases some of the finest natural landscapes in Ireland & offers a window into the area’s 650 million year past.
The Geopark includes numerous sites throughout Fermanagh & Cavan many of which are open to the public. All of the sites provide for a variety of interest including geology, folklore, history, archaeology, wildlife & outdoor recreational activities such as walking & cycling.

Enjoy Cycle Touring in Ireland's Beautiful North West Trail

The North West Trail is a 326km circular cycle route through counties Donegal, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Leitrim, and Sligo in the North West of Ireland. Travelling through a wide variety of scenic landscapes, utilising quiet country roads with some traffic free sections, mostly in urban areas. The route enjoys dramatic views of the Atlantic Ocean, with scenic cycling in remote uplands and through rural towns and villages passing through the main towns of Enniskillen, Sligo, Donegal, Lifford, Strabane and Omagh.