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Carleton Trail Black Route

Co Tyrone
Carleton Trail Black Route

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Begin at the Rural centre in Clogher, turn left out of the main street pass the War Memorial and then take left again at Carleton Trail signpost. At the first set of crossroads continue striaght joining the waymarked way near Johnston's Chapel. The route then passes through Prolusk and joins the closing stage of the green route. This route finally passes Clogher Cathedral and Graveyard before returning to the Clogher Valley Rural Centre.

Public roads: On Public Road

Getting to the start: From Belfast - Take M1 for Enniskillen, once off motorway continue on A4 for Enniskillen, at Ballygawley roundabout follow A4 for Augher, from Augher Clogher is 2 miles. Rural Centre is situated in the main street of Clogher.

Traffic: Quiet country roads.

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Tarmac roads.

Point of interest:
William Carleton's Birthplace Johnston's Chapel Clogher Cathedral & Graveyard with two Celtic Crosses

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The Carleton Trail

Publication availability:
Killymaddy Tourist Information & Craft Centre

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