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Cladagh Glen Walk

Marlbank Road, Marlbank, County Fermanagh, BT92 1EW
Cladagh Glen

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***NOTICE***

Cladagh Glen is closed due to dangerous overhanging rock near the Cascades. Whilst we await the outcome of specialist surveys and repair work, the site will remain closed.

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The Cladagh Glen Walk is a waymarked linear route through the striking landscape of the Cladagh Glen National Nature Reserve.

Located in the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark, this walk provides rewarding views of the breathtaking Cladagh River Gorge. You’ll have the opportunity to bask in the buzz and hum of nature, as well as view some strikingly beautiful waterfalls.

Distance: 1.5 miles / 2.5km

Time: 1 hour round trip

Grade: Easy

Terrain: Gravel path, boardwalk, steps

Route: Linear

Wheelchair accessible: No

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

Cross the stone stile or pass through the wooden gate and follow the wide stone path into the Cladagh Glen. Go through the next wooden kissing gate. The path follows the Cladagh River taking you to a series of steep wooden steps to the left of the arch after which the caves are named. At the top of the wooden steps (121 in total) is a concrete path, which leads you through two kissing gates to the Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre.

 

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  • On site parking

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There is no charge for accessing the Marble Arch National Nature Reserve.

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Opening Times

* Closed to the public to facilitate pathway repairs (February 2023- present) We will provide an update when the works are completed.
Please Note: The Cottage Walk (short 15 minute looped trail with steps and gravel path is open and can be visited from the Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre between 10:00 - 17:00 daily.

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Directions from Town:From Enniskillen take the Sligo road, A4 for 3 miles before branching left onto the Swanlinbar road A32. Join the Florencecourt to Blacklion road where there is signage for both the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark Visitor Cetnre and Cladagh Glen car park.

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