Lough Navar Conagher

Walking Route
A difficult, boggy, walk heading into the land of superstitions. Views are of the distant Knockmore cliffs and hidden landscapes covered in interesting rock formations and contrasting green and brown vegetation.
The native woodland contains rowan trees,which produce bright red berries in autumn. These berries are used for jam but in years gone by the twigs were used to banish the evil spirits who kept the butter churn empty. Further on there is bog myrtle, this plant was placed under mattresses to banish fleas.
As you cross the River Sillies for the second time you may notice something strange - the water appears to flow the wrong way uphill! This is an interesting walk with interesting tales - seemingly miles away from civilisation.
NB. As we do not have exact location information, this is a map of the local area.

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Fermanagh Visitor Information Centre
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