Cladagh Glen - Marlbank National Nature Reserve

Walking Route
The main interest of the Cladagh River Glen is it's geology with the Marble Arch and the cascades being the highlights of this water-sculpted valley. The wooden glen is very atmospheric and makes a magical walk for adults and children alike with its twists and turns revealing yet another inspiring scene involving rock, water, trees and dappled sunshine.

The glen had some fine planted trees of beech and various conifers, along with native hazels, ash and yew trees. In springtime anemones and wild garlic carpet the valley floor, while toothwort can be found growing as a parasite on the roots of some of the hazel trees. Dippers and grey wagtails can be seen on the rocks in the middle of the fast-flowing Cladagh River, while in late summer silver-washed fritillaries occur beside the path.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.

Opening times:

Cladagh Glen carpark is open all year round.
Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre is open from late March to September all week from 10am - 5pm. Facilities include carpark, restaurant, shop, toilets, information panel, public telephone

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Fermanagh Visitor Information Centre

Location / Directions

There are two access points, the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark Visitors Centre or via the Cladagh Glen carpark. There is a linear waymarked walking route 1.25 miles/2km long. This walk is over uneven and steep terrain.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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