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AboutFollow the blue waymarker arrows along this trail, passing along the lower edge of the arboretum. The trail gently descends through a stand of semi-mature broad leaved trees before entering the forest plots area.
Follow the blue waymarker arrows from the car park. Tollymore arboretum is one of the oldest known arboreta in Ireland. Planting began in 1752 as a Georgian landscape feature and this path meanders past various species of tree from around the world including the remnants of a lightning struck Giant Redwood and a thickly barked cork tree. Trail Features - No steps or gullies, Slight gradient (1:12 max). Edges generally defined, No overhanging branches. Firm surface with some loose material. Rest areas generally every 300m. Way-finding markers every 300m. Distance 'To Go' markers every 300m. These walks are situated in a working forest environment and may be subject to diversion and closure from time to time. Up to date information is available on the Forest Service web site - link below.
Firm surfaces, loose material
Point of interest:
Wild herd of fallow deer, mature trees, wildlife
Car park (fee charged), toilets (disabled access), picnic areas, electronic 'In-Touch' information kiosk, camping and caravaning, way-marked/ nature trails, guided tours available
Accessible toilet facilities:
Off road paths - see route description
- Free (parking charges may apply)