Fardross Forest Oak and Beech Trail

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One of the two walking trails to choose from in Fardross Forest.

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Fardross Forest Oak and Beech Trail

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County Tyrone

Distance 1.2 miles

OS Map 18

Terrain Gravel paths

Nearest Town Augher

Route Shape Circular

Grid Reference H51996 48814

Route Type Forest

Route Description

Start in the car park and cross the bridge over the stream and bear left, continue to follow the forest trail, passing by Oak and Beech Tress as you go. Continue to follow the path to be led back to the start point.

Point of Interest

Fardross Stream ASSI

Getting to the start

A4 to Clogher, about two miles west of the village turn left into Fardross Road. There is a sign to the Clogher Valley Caravan Park. Drive for about one and a half miles and take a left signposted Fardross Road, parking is about 100m from this junction.

Public transport

Translink – journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Dog Policy

Dogs are allowed. Dogs are allowed but must be kept under control.


Car park, picnic tables

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.