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Unlocking the Hidden Worlds of Cladagh Glen

43 Marlbank Road, Legnabrocky, Florencecourt, County Fermanagh, BT92 1EW
Unlocking the Hidden Worlds of Cladagh Glen

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Unlocking the Hidden Worlds of the Cladagh Glen guided walks are offering a unique experience above ground to explore the landscape draping over the Marble Arch Cave.

Love Exploring? The Cladagh Glen is nestled in the picturesque backdrop of the Marble Arch Caves just a short journey from the island town of Enniskillen. Its striking landscape of a steep sided gorge, underlying cave systems, cascading waterfalls, turbulent river and ancient woodland have been carved and shaped over thousands of years. This captivating and shimmering woodland offers nature lovers a unique experience to immerse themselves in a warm blanket of forest green surrounded by sparkling clear waters, floral scents all brought alive by the buzz of wildlife around you.

Guided Walk
Explore this hidden world on our guided walking tour, a journey of discovery learning the secrets hidden deep within this stunning landscape. Meander through a canopy of greens as you venture through the gorge to join the Cladagh River. Hear the stories of how the area got its name, its connections with the wider area and take a moment at the Cascades Waterfall to capture that perfect picture.

July Dates: Wed & Thurs 22nd & 23rd, Sat 25th & Sun 26th, Wed & Thur 29th & 30th.

Duration: 75 minutes
Fitness: Average fitness
Gradient: 100 metre gradual climb
Terrain: Mixture of concrete path, boardwalk, gravel paths and stepped sections)
Distance: 1 mile

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