Lough Navar Forest
Part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, Lough Navar Forest is a spectacular forest that extends across 2,600 hectares of bog, heath, open water, native woodland and coniferous forest. The panorama from the top of the Magho cliffs is one of the finest in Ireland, with views over Lower Lough Erne, Donegal Bay, the Blue Stack and Sperrin Mountains.
With a network of walking trails of varying length and a 7 mile scenic drive leading to one of the best views in Ireland, it's hardly surprising that the forest is so popular amongst walkers, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the country.
Car parking facilities, picnic areas and viewpoints are situated throughout the forest.
Distance from Hotel: 9.5 miles
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