The Geopark has an extensive network of high quality walking trails with routes incorporating rambling country lanes, winding forest tracks, breathtaking mountain roads and tranquil lakeshore paths all within easy reach. Interpretation panels at the located at the beginning of each walk outlining a map of the route and indicating features of interest to look out for along the way and each walking route is fully waymarked – so you do not have to be a map reading expert to follow the route!. The walks vary in length from short leisurely strolls to more challenging hikes across open mountains and bog. All walks are graded from easy, through to moderate and difficult thus helping you to choose the route that is most appropriate to your level of ability and a number of walking routes are suitable for wheelchair users. These eclectic walks allow both locals and visitor’s alike to wander through the spectacular natural and built heritage resources that the Geopark has to offer, so what better way to explore the Geopark than on foot.
Geopark walking festivals are arranged annually and for more information on walking and walking events within the Geopark then please view our website.
The rich limestone geology of Fermanagh and Cavan along with thousands of years of Eath Processes, have created a
Loughs & Lakes
Water is one commodity which is not in short supply in the Geopark, Loughs and lakes of varying sizes are widespread
The landscapes of the Geopark represent a complex Earth history dating as far back as 900 million years ago With