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Magho Cliffs Walk

Magho Cliffs, Derrygonnelly, Co. Fermanagh, BT93 6AH
Magho Cliffs Walk

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Distance: 1.5 miles / 2.5

Grade: Difficult

Terrain: Mostly forest track

Route: Linear

Wheelchair accessible: No

Dogs: Dogs must be kept under control and waste disposed of

Starting Point: Magho Cliffs Viewpoint carpark

If you are looking for an alternative hike to the Cuilcagh Boardwalk, then the Magho Cliffs Trail will not disappoint you. You have the option of starting this trail at the top, in Lough Navar Forest or starting at the bottom carpark located on the Loughshore Road (toilet facilities here). Making your way up from the bottom carpark, you will follow the path up the cliffs, twisting and winding its way through the woodland, with patches of open area providing great glimpses of the cliff escarpment and views below. The jewel of this 300m high cliff trail is the immense views of the surrounding area when you reach the top. Panoramic views offer the opportunity to a bird’s eye view across Lower Lough Erne, and far into counties Fermanagh, Sligo, Tyrone, Donegal and as far as the Wild Atlantic Way.

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