Carnagh Forest – Boundary Trail

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Carnagh Forest – Boundary Trail



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    County Armagh

    Distance 2 miles

    OS Map Sheet 19

    Terrain Compact gravel and tarmac paths

    Nearest Town Keady

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference SA936934

    Route Type Woodland

    Route Description
    This circular walk starts with a loop of Jointy’s Lake Trail before taking walkers out into the heart of Carnagh Forest using a forest road. Take a rest and enjoy the wide-open country views before returning to the car park using part of the Carnagh Lake trail.
    Point of Interest
    Carnagh Lake
    Public transport
    Translink - journeyplanner.translink.co.uk
    Dog Policy
    Must be kept on a lead.
    Facilities
    "Car park, children’s play park The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility: Car parking spaces"
    Accessibility Grade

    Grade 5

    • There may not be a formalised path, and variable, single file trails are to be expected.
    • Gradients and cross slope could be expected to be steep and not limited.
    • Obstacles and surface breaks of greater than 75mm measured across the line of the path to be expected.
    • Overhanging branches are possible. Passing places and rest areas may not be formalised or provided.