The trail is on ramparts through an extensive area of low lying peat. The site is very natural and unspoilt.

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  • I went to Brackagh yesterday with a friend and because the Nettles and Ferns were that Long and High we didn’t get on our usual walk,it would really need better looked after also you have to watch were you walk as on the main path all you see is Dog Fouling,i wish someone would please cut the paths and keep it free from heavy growth and something needs done about the Dog Fouling.Also it would be nice to see a Seat along the main Paths.

    paul allen at 5:00 pm
  • County Armagh

    Distance 3 miles

    OS Map Sheet 20

    Terrain Unsurfaced paths, muddy in place

    Nearest Town Portadown

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference J01743 50993

    Route Type Parkland & Grassland

    The walk starts at the entrance ot the Nature Reserve. Follow the red waymarkers around the site in a circuit. The last 100m are along a minor road back to the start.

    A natural site, lots of wildlife – birds, dragonfly, butterflies

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    Dogs are allowed. Must be kept under control at all times

    Toilets, refreshments and accomodation in Portadown