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Ballymoyer Woodland

Co Armagh
Ballymoyer Woodland

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The route leaves from the car park at the Junction of Ballymoyer Road and Drumcrow Road. It initially follows the Creggan River and then winds it way through the mixed woodland of a fairy glen with deep mossy and ferned banks before returning back to the starting point

Start Point:
H978312

Finish Point:
H978312

Route:
Start at the carpark at the junction of Ballymoyer Road and Drumcrow Road. Follow the path through the gate alongside the Creggan River until it joins the Ballymoyer Road. Follow the trail and waymarkers on the opposite side to the viewpoint and through the looped top section that traverses the steep glen. From the viewpoint cross the road again and return via the Creggan River path to the starting point.

Distance:
2 miles

Terrain:
Off road woodland trail

Point of interest:
Diverse woodland and specimen trees

Facilities:
Car parking at the start of the walk. Refreshments, shops and toilets in Whitecross.

Publication:
Ballymoyer - leaflet produced by National Trust

Publication availability:
Contact Newry Tourist Information Centre on 028 3031 3170 or contact the National Trust on 028 9751 0721 or email - info@smtp.ntrust.org.uk

Nearest town:
Whitecross

OS map:
Sheet 28

Accessible terrain:
Parts of the walk are wheelchair users - with low gradients.

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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